- 2.P2.1: Reduce each of the networks shown in Figure P2.1 to a single equiva...
- 2.P2.2: A 4- resistance is in series with the parallel combination of a 20-...
- 2.P2.3: Find the equivalent resistance between terminals a and b in Figure ...
- 2.P2.4: Find the equivalent resistance looking into terminals a and b in Fi...
- 2.P2.5: Suppose that we need a resistance of 1.5 k and you have a box of 1-...
- 2.P2.6: a. Determine the resistance between terminals c and d for the netwo...
- 2.P2.7: Two resistances R1 and R2 are connected in series. We know that R1 ...
- 2.P2.8: Find the equivalent resistance between terminals a and b for each o...
- 2.P2.9: What resistance in parallel with 70 results in an equivalent resist...
- 2.P2.10: Two resistances having values of 2R and 3R are in parallel. R and t...
- 2.P2.11: A network connected between terminals a and b consists of two paral...
- 2.P2.12: The heating element of an electric cook top has two resistive eleme...
- 2.P2.13: Find the equivalent resistance for the infinite network shown in Fi...
- 2.P2.14: If we connect n 1000- resistances in parallel, what value is the eq...
- 2.P2.15: We are designing an electric space heater to operate from 120 V. Tw...
- 2.P2.16: The equivalent resistance between terminals a and b in Figure P2.16...
- 2.P2.17: Sometimes, we can use symmetry considerations to find the resistanc...
- 2.P2.18: a. Three conductances G1, G2, and G3 are in series. Write an expres...
- 2.P2.19: Most sources of electrical power behave as (approximately) ideal vo...
- 2.P2.20: Often, we encounter delta-connected loads, such as that illustrated...
- 2.P2.21: The resistance between terminals a and b with c open circuited for ...
- 2.P2.22: From memory,list the steps in solving a circuit by network reductio...
- 2.P2.23: Find the values of i1 and i2 in Figure P2.23. + 10 V i1 i2 6 vx 8 8...
- 2.P2.24: Find the values of i1 and i2 in Figure P2.24. Find the power for ea...
- 2.P2.25: Find the values of v and i in Figure P2.25. 5 25 10 20 20 10 20 20 ...
- 2.P2.26: Find the voltages v1 and v2 for the circuit shown in Figure P2.26 b...
- 2.P2.27: Consider the circuit shown in Figure P2.26. Suppose that the value ...
- 2.P2.28: Find the values of vs, v1, and i2 in Figure P2.28. i1 i2 25 3 A 6 2...
- 2.P2.29: Determine the values of i1 and i2 in Figure P2.29. i2 i1 i3 v2 + 2 ...
- 2.P2.30: Find the voltage v and the currents i1 and i2 for the circuit shown...
- 2.P2.31: Solve for the values of i1, i2, and the powers for the sources in F...
- 2.P2.32: Consider the circuit shown in Figure P2.32. With the switch open, w...
- 2.P2.33: Consider the circuit shown in Figure P2.33. Find the values of v1, ...
- 2.P2.34: We know that the 10-V source in Figure P2.34 is delivering 4 W of p...
- 2.P2.35: Find the values of i1 and i2 in Figure P2.35. 6 12 12 6 i1 i2 + 20 ...
- 2.P2.36: Use the voltage-division principle to calculate v1, v2, and v3 in F...
- 2.P2.37: Use the current-division principle to calculate i1 and i2 in Figure...
- 2.P2.38: Use the voltage-division principle to calculate v in Figure P2.38. ...
- 2.P2.39: Use the current-division principle to calculate the value of i3 in ...
- 2.P2.40: We want to design a voltage-divider circuit to provide an output vo...
- 2.P2.41: A series-connected circuit has a 240-V voltage source, a 10- resist...
- 2.P2.42: A parallel circuit (i.e., all elements are in parallel with one ano...
- 2.P2.43: The circuit of Figure P2.43 is similar to networks used in some dig...
- 2.P2.44: A worker is standing on a wet concrete floor, holding an electric d...
- 2.P2.45: We have a 15-V source and a load that absorbs power and requires a ...
- 2.P2.46: A load resistance of 150 needs to be supplied with 5 V. A 12.6-V vo...
- 2.P2.47: Suppose that we wish to supply 500 mW to a 200- load resistance RL....
- 2.P2.48: On your own, using analytical thinking and memory, list the steps t...
- 2.P2.49: Write equations and solve for the node voltages shown in Figure P2....
- 2.P2.50: Solve for the node voltages shown in Figure P2.50. What are the new...
- 2.P2.51: Given R1 = 4 , R2 = 5 , R3 = 8 , R4 = 6 , R5 = 8 , and Is = 4 A, so...
- 2.P2.52: Given R1 = 15 , R2 = 5 , R3 = 20 , R4 = 10 , R5 = 8 , R6 = 4 , and ...
- 2.P2.53: Solve for the node voltages shown in Figure P2.53. Then, find the v...
- 2.P2.54: Determine the value of i1 in Figure P2.54 using node voltages to so...
- 2.P2.55: In solving a network, what rule must you observe when writing KCL e...
- 2.P2.56: Use the symbolic features of MATLAB to find an expression for the e...
- 2.P2.57: Solve for the values of the node voltages shown in Figure P2.57. Th...
- 2.P2.58: Solve for the node voltages shown in Figure P2.58. 5 5 10 15 10 1 A...
- 2.P2.59: Solve for the node voltages shown in Figure P2.59.
- 2.P2.60: Solve for the power delivered to the 8- resistance and solve for th...
- 2.P2.61: Find the equivalent resistance looking into terminals ab for the ne...
- 2.P2.62: Find the equivalent resistance looking into terminals ab for the ne...
- 2.P2.63: We have a cube with 1- resistances along each edge as illustrated i...
- 2.P2.64: Figure P2.64 shows an unusual voltagedivider circuit. Use node-volt...
- 2.P2.65: Solve for the node voltages in the circuit of Figure P2.65. (Disreg...
- 2.P2.66: List the steps in analyzing a planar network using the mesh-current...
- 2.P2.67: Solve for the power delivered to the 15- resistor and for the mesh ...
- 2.P2.68: Determine the value of v2 and the power delivered by the source in ...
- 2.P2.69: Use mesh-current analysis to find the value of i1 in the circuit of...
- 2.P2.70: Solve for the power delivered by the voltage source in Figure P2.70...
- 2.P2.71: Use mesh-current analysis to find the value of v in the circuit of ...
- 2.P2.72: Use mesh-current analysis to find the value of i3 in the circuit of...
- 2.P2.73: Use mesh-current analysis to find the values of i1 and i2 in Figure...
- 2.P2.74: Find the power delivered by the source and the values of i1 and i2 ...
- 2.P2.75: Use mesh-current analysis to find the values of i1 and i2 in Figure...
- 2.P2.76: Use mesh-current analysis to find the values of i1 and i2 in Figure...
- 2.P2.77: The circuit shown in Figure P2.77 is the dc equivalent of a simple ...
- 2.P2.78: Use MATLAB and mesh-current analysis to determine the value of v2 i...
- 2.P2.79: Connect a 1-V voltage source across terminals a and b of the networ...
- 2.P2.80: Connect a 1-V voltage source across the terminals of the network sh...
- 2.P2.81: Use MATLAB to solve for the mesh currents in Figure P2.65.
- 2.P2.82: List the steps in determining the Thvenin and Norton equivalent cir...
- 2.P2.83: Find the Thvenin and Norton equivalent circuits for the two-termina...
- 2.P2.84: We can model a certain battery as a voltage source in series with a...
- 2.P2.85: Find the Thvenin and Norton equivalent circuits for the circuit sho...
- 2.P2.86: Find the Thvenin and Norton equivalent circuits for the circuit sho...
- 2.P2.87: Find the Thvenin and Norton equivalent circuits for the two-termina...
- 2.P2.88: A somewhat discharged automotive battery has an open-circuit voltag...
- 2.P2.89: A certain two-terminal circuit has an opencircuit voltage of 9 V. W...
- 2.P2.90: If we measure the voltage at the terminals of a two-terminal networ...
- 2.P2.91: Find the Thvenin and Norton equivalent circuits for the circuit sho...
- 2.P2.92: Find the maximum power that can be delivered to a resistive load by...
- 2.P2.93: Find the maximum power that can be delivered to a resistive load by...
- 2.P2.94: A battery can be modeled by a voltage source Vt in series with a re...
- 2.P2.95: Figure P2.95 shows a resistive load RL connected to a Thvenin equiv...
- 2.P2.96: Starting from the Norton equivalent circuit with a resistive load R...
- 2.P2.97: Use superposition to find the current i in Figure P2.97. First, zer...
- 2.P2.98: Solve for is in Figure P2.53 by using superposition.
- 2.P2.99: Solve the circuit shown in Figure P2.49 by using superposition. Fir...
- 2.P2.100: Solve for i1 in Figure P2.24 by using superposition
- 2.P2.101: Another method of solving the circuit of Figure P2.26 is to start b...
- 2.P2.102: Use the method of P2.101 for the circuit of Figure P2.23, starting ...
- 2.P2.103: Solve for the actual value of i6 for the circuit of Figure P2.103 w...
- 2.P2.104: Device A shown in Figure P2.104 has v = 2i 3 . a. Solve for v with ...
- 2.P2.105: a. The Wheatstone bridge shown in Figure 2.64 on page 105 is balanc...
- 2.P2.106: The Wheatstone bridge shown in Figure 2.64 on page 105 has vs = 10 ...
- 2.P2.107: In theory, any values can be used for R1 and R3 in theWheatstone br...
- 2.P2.108: Derive expressions for the Thvenin voltage and resistance seen by t...
- 2.P2.109: Derive Equation 2.93 for the bridge circuit of Figure 2.65 on page ...
- 2.P2.110: Consider a strain gauge in the form of a long thin wire having a le...
- 2.P2.111: Explain what would happen if, in wiring the bridge circuit of Figur...

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