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3.1 Find V14 in the network below: Solution: V14 = V12 + V23 + V34 ; V14 = (−3)V + (−2)V + (+12)V = 7V ; or V14 = V10 + V04 ; V14 = (+4)V + (+3)V = 7V ;

3.2 Find V20 and V64 in the network below:

Solution: V20 = V21 + V10 = (−2)V + (−2)V = −4V V64 = V65 + V54 = (−3)V + (−3)V = −6V ; 3.3 Repeat 2.12 and find the power in each: i) 6 Ω resistor; ii) 12 Ω resistor; iii) 9 volt source a) when the source is +9V DC b) when the source is +9 2 sin 100t

Solution: (a) Vs = 9V , DC source

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**Solution Set 3 (Fall 2007)
**

Vs 9V = = 0.5 A ; 6Ω + 12Ω 18Ω Power absorbed by 12 Ω resistor: P = I 2 R12 Ω = 0.5 2 A ⋅ 12Ω = 3W ; Power absorbed by 6 Ω resistor: P = I 2 R6Ω = 0.5 2 A ⋅ 6Ω = 1.5W ; Voltage source: P = Vs ⋅ (− I ) = 9V ⋅ (−0.5 A) = −4.5W (Negative sign indicates supplied pover) I=

**(b) Vs = 9 2 sin(100t ) , AC source
**

V peak −to − peak = 9 2V ;

Vrms =

I rms =

V peak −to − peak 2

sin(100t ) = 9 sin(100t )V ;

Vrms 9 sin(100t )V = = 0.5 sin(100t ) A 6Ω + 12Ω 18Ω 2 Power absorbed by 12 Ω resistor: P = I rms R12 Ω = 0.5 A 2 ⋅ 12Ω = 3W ;

**Power absorbed by 6 Ω resistor: P = I rms R6Ω = 0.5 A 2 ⋅ 6Ω = 1.5W ;
**

2

**Voltage source: P = Vs rms ⋅ (− I rms ) = 9V ⋅ (−0.5 A) = −4.5W ;
**

3.4 Find I1 in the network below:

Solution: Let’s apply KCL at the node 2: I 0 − 2mA − 1mA = 0 I 0 = 3mA ; Let’s apply KCL at the node 1: 10mA - I1 − I 0 = 0 I 1 = 7mA ; 3.5 Find I 1 and I2 in the network below:

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Solution Set 3 (Fall 2007) Solution: Let’s apply KCL at the node 2: 5mA + 4mA − I s = 0 I s = 9mA ; Let’s apply KCL at the node 1: I s − I 1 − 5mA = 0 I 1 = 4mA ; Let’s apply KCL at the node 3: I 2 + 2mA − 4mA = 0 I 2 = 2mA;

3.6 Find I1, I2 and I3 in the network below:

Solution: Let’s apply KCL at the node 1: 50mA − 12mA − I 1 = 0 Let’s apply KCL at the node 2: 15mA − 10mA + I 3 = 0 KCL@3: − 50mA − I 3 − I 2 = 0

I 1 = 38mA ;

I 3 = −5mA; I 2 = −45mA;

3.7 Find I0 in the network below: Solution:

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Solution Set 3 (Fall 2007)

Using current division: I 0 = 60mA

6Ω = 45mA; 6Ω + 2Ω 3.8 Find I0 in the network below: Solution: The network can be redrawn as:

**Where I1 can be found with help of current division rule:
**

3kΩ = 3mA; 3kΩ + (6kΩ || kΩ) Applying the same rule I0 can be found: 6kΩ I 0 = 3mA * = 1.5mA ; 6kΩ + 6kΩ I 1 = 6mA *

3.9 Find RAB in the network below: Solution:

R1 = 10kΩ + 10kΩ = 20kΩ;

R 2 = R1 10kΩ = 20kΩ ⋅ 10kΩ /( 20kΩ + 10kΩ) = 20 / 3kΩ ;

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Solution Set 3 (Fall 2007)

R3 = R 2 + 10kΩ = 20 / 3kΩ + 10kΩ = 50 / 3kΩ;

R 4 = 10kΩ 50 / 3kΩ =

10kΩ * 50kΩ = 50 / 8kΩ ; 3(10kΩ + 50 / 3kΩ)

R AB = 25kΩ + 50 / 8kΩ = 125 / 4kΩ

3.10 Find RAB in the network below: Solution:

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Solution Set 3 (Fall 2007)

R1 = 1kΩ + 6kΩ 3kΩ = 1kΩ +

6kΩ * 3kΩ = 3kΩ ; 6kΩ + 3kΩ

R2= R1 || 6kΩ =

3kΩ * 6kΩ = 2kΩ ; 3kΩ + 6kΩ

R AB = 2kΩ || 2kΩ =

2kΩ + 2kΩ = 1kΩ 2kΩ * kΩ

3.11 Find V0 in the network below: Solution: V0 = I * Re q ;

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Solution Set 3 (Fall 2007)

R1= 9kΩ || (14kΩ + 4kΩ) = 9kΩ || 18kΩ =

9kΩ * 18kΩ = 6kΩ; 9kΩ + 18kΩ 6kΩ * 12kΩ Re q = 2kΩ + R1 || 12kΩ = 2kΩ + = 6kΩ; 6kΩ + 12kΩ

**I=-2mA; V0 = I * Re q = −2mA * 6kΩ = −12V ;
**

3.12 Find I1 and V0 in the following network: Solution:

Ohm’s law in the loop 1: I 1 * 5kΩ + 12V = 0 I 1 = −2mA; Using voltage division: 2kΩ V0 = −12 = −8kΩ ; 2kΩ + 1kΩ Negative sign is due to the fact that source and Vo have opposite sign.

3.13 Find V0 in the following network: Solution:

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Solution Set 3 (Fall 2007)

**R1 = 4kΩ || 4kΩ = 2kΩ ;
**

Using current division: I 2 = 12mA V0 = I 2 * 3kΩ = 9V 2kΩ = 3mA; 2kΩ + (3kΩ + 3kΩ)

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