- 3.13.1: Derive the s-domain equivalent circuit shown in Fig. 13.4 by expres...
- 3.3.1: a) Show that the solution of the circuit in Fig. 3.9 (see Example 3...
- 3.13.2: Find the Thvenin equivalent of the circuit shown in Fig. 13.7
- 3.3.2: a) Find the power dissipated in each resistor in the circuit shown ...
- 3.13.3: Find the Norton equivalent of the circuit shown in Fig. 13.3.
- 3.3.3: For each of the circuits shown in Fig. P3.3, a) identify the resist...
- 3.13.4: A resistor, a 12.5 mH inductor, and a 0.5 F capacitor are in series...
- 3.3.4: For each of the circuits shown in Fig. P3.4, a) identify the resist...
- 3.13.5: An resistor, a 25 mH inductor, and a 62.5 pF capacitor are in paral...
- 3.3.5: For each of the circuits shown in Fig. P3.3, a) find the equivalent...
- 3.13.6: A resistor is in series with a 62.5 F capacitor. This series combin...
- 3.3.6: For each of the circuits shown in Fig. P3.4, a) find the equivalent...
- 3.13.7: Find the poles and zeros of the impedance seen looking into the ter...
- 3.3.7: a) In the circuits in Fig. P3.7(a)(d), find the equivalent resistan...
- 3.13.8: Find the poles and zeros of the impedance seen looking into the ter...
- 3.3.8: Find the equivalent resistance for each of the circuits in Fig. P3.8.
- 3.13.9: Find and in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.9 if the initial energy i...
- 3.3.9: Find the equivalent resistance for each of the circuits in Fig. P3.9.
- 3.13.10: Repeat 13.9 if the initial voltage on the capacitor is 150 V positi...
- 3.3.10: a) Find an expression for the equivalent resistance of two resistor...
- 3.13.11: The switch in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.11 has been in position...
- 3.3.11: a) Find an expression for the equivalent resistance of two resistor...
- 3.13.12: The switch in the circuit in Fig. P13.12 has been closed for a long...
- 3.3.12: a) Calculate the no-load voltage for the voltagedivider circuit sho...
- 3.13.13: The switch in the circuit in Fig. P13.13 has been in position a for...
- 3.3.13: In the voltage-divider circuit shown in Fig. P3.13, the no-load val...
- 3.13.14: The switch in the circuit in Fig. P13.14 has been in position a for...
- 3.3.14: The no-load voltage in the voltage-divider circuit shown in Fig. P3...
- 3.13.15: The switch in the circuit in Fig. P13.15 has been closed for a long...
- 3.3.15: Assume the voltage divider in Fig. P3.14 has been constructed from ...
- 3.13.16: The make-before-break switch in the circuit in Fig. P13.16 has been...
- 3.3.16: Find the power dissipated in the resistor in the current divider ci...
- 3.13.17: a) Find the s-domain expression for in the circuit in Fig. P13.17. ...
- 3.3.17: For the current divider circuit in Fig. P3.17 calculate a) and . b)...
- 3.13.18: Find the time-domain expression for the current in the capacitor in...
- 3.3.18: Specify the resistors in the current divider circuit in Fig. P3.18 ...
- 3.13.19: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.19 at a) Use t...
- 3.3.19: There is often a need to produce more than one voltage using a volt...
- 3.13.20: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.20 at the time...
- 3.3.20: a) The voltage divider in Fig. P3.20(a) is loaded with the voltage ...
- 3.13.21: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.21 at the time...
- 3.3.21: A voltage divider like that in Fig. 3.13 is to be designed so that ...
- 3.13.22: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.22 at a) Find ...
- 3.3.22: a) Show that the current in the kth branch of the circuit in Fig. P...
- 3.13.23: Find in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.23 if . There is no energy st...
- 3.3.23: Look at the circuit in Fig. P3.3(a). a) Use voltage division to fin...
- 3.13.24: The switch in the circuit in Fig. P13.24 has been closed for a long...
- 3.3.24: Look at the circuit in Fig. P3.3(d). a) Use current division to fin...
- 3.13.25: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.25 at the time...
- 3.3.25: Look at the circuit in Fig. P3.7(a). a) Use voltage division to fin...
- 3.13.26: The initial energy in the circuit in Fig. P13.26 is zero. The ideal...
- 3.3.26: Attach a 450 mA current source between the terminals ab in Fig. P3....
- 3.13.27: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.27 at the time...
- 3.3.27: Attach a 6 V voltage source between the terminals ab in Fig. P3.9(b...
- 3.13.28: The switch in the circuit seen in Fig. P13.28 has been in position ...
- 3.3.28: a) Find the voltage in the circuit in Fig. P3.28 using voltage and/...
- 3.13.29: The switch in the circuit seen in Fig. P13.29 has been in position ...
- 3.3.29: Find in the circuit in Fig. P3.29 using voltage and/or current divi...
- 3.13.30: There is no energy stored in the capacitors in the circuit in Fig. ...
- 3.3.30: Find and in the circuit in Fig. P3.30 using voltage and/or current ...
- 3.13.31: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.31 at the time...
- 3.3.31: For the circuit in Fig. P3.31, find and then use current division t...
- 3.13.32: The switch in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.32 has been open for a ...
- 3.3.32: For the circuit in Fig. P3.32, calculate and i using current division.
- 3.13.33: Beginning with Eq. 13.65, show that the capacitor current in the ci...
- 3.3.33: A dArsonval ammeter is shown in Fig. P3.33. a) Calculate the value ...
- 3.13.34: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.34 at the time...
- 3.3.34: A shunt resistor and a 50 mV, 1 mA dArsonval movement are used to b...
- 3.13.35: The two switches in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.35 operate simult...
- 3.3.35: A dArsonval movement is rated at 2 mA and 200 mV. Assume 1 W precis...
- 3.13.36: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.36 at the time...
- 3.3.36: a) Show for the ammeter circuit in Fig. P3.36 that the current in t...
- 3.13.37: a) Find the current in the resistor in the circuit in Fig. P13.36. ...
- 3.3.37: A dArsonval voltmeter is shown in Fig. P3.37. Find the value of for...
- 3.13.38: The magnetically coupled coils in the circuit seen in Fig. P13.38 c...
- 3.3.38: Suppose the dArsonval voltmeter described in 3.37 is used to measur...
- 3.13.39: The make-before-break switch in the circuit seen in Fig. P13.39 has...
- 3.3.39: The ammeter in the circuit in Fig. P3.39 has a resistance of Using ...
- 3.13.40: The switch in the circuit seen in Fig. P13.40 has been closed for a...
- 3.3.40: The ammeter described in 3.39 is used to measure the current in the...
- 3.13.41: In the circuit in Fig. P13.41, switch 1 closes at and the make-befo...
- 3.3.41: The elements in the circuit in Fig.2.24 have the following values: ...
- 3.13.42: Verify that the solution of Eqs. 13.91 and 13.92 for yields the sam...
- 3.3.42: You have been told that the dc voltage of a power supply is about 3...
- 3.13.43: There is no energy stored in the circuit seen in Fig. P13.43 at the...
- 3.3.43: Assume that in addition to the two voltmeters described in 3.42, a ...
- 3.13.44: The op amp in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.44 is ideal. There is n...
- 3.3.44: The voltmeter shown in Fig. P3.44(a) has a fullscale reading of 500...
- 3.13.45: Find in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.45 if the ideal op amp operat...
- 3.3.45: The voltage-divider circuit shown in Fig. P3.45 is designed so that...
- 3.13.46: The op amp in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.46 is ideal. There is n...
- 3.3.46: Assume in designing the multirange voltmeter shown in Fig. P3.46 th...
- 3.13.47: The op amp in the circuit seen in Fig. P13.47 is ideal. There is no...
- 3.3.47: The circuit model of a dc voltage source is shown in Fig. P3.47. Th...
- 3.13.48: a) Find the transfer function for the circuit shown in Fig. P13.48(...
- 3.3.48: Design a dArsonval voltmeter that will have the three voltage range...
- 3.13.49: a) Find the transfer function for the circuit shown in Fig. P13.49(...
- 3.3.49: A resistor is connected from the 200 V terminal to the common termi...
- 3.13.50: a) Find the transfer function for the circuit shown in Fig. P13.50....
- 3.3.50: Assume the ideal voltage source in Fig. 3.26 is replaced by an idea...
- 3.13.51: a) Find the numerical expression for the transfer function for the ...
- 3.3.51: The bridge circuit shown in Fig. 3.26 is energized from a 24 V dc s...
- 3.13.52: Find the numerical expression for the transfer function of each cir...
- 3.3.52: Find the power dissipated in the resistor in the circuit in Fig. P3...
- 3.3.53: Find the detector current in the unbalanced bridge in Fig. P3.53 if...
- 3.13.53: The operational amplifier in the circuit in Fig. P13.53 is ideal. a...
- 3.3.54: In the Wheatstone bridge circuit shown in Fig. 3.26, the ratio can ...
- 3.13.54: The operational amplifier in the circuit in Fig. P13.54 is ideal. a...
- 3.3.55: Find the current and power supplied by the 40 V source in the circu...
- 3.13.55: The operational amplifier in the circuit in Fig. P13.55 is ideal. a...
- 3.3.56: Find the current and power supplied by the 40 V source in the circu...
- 3.13.56: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.56 at the time...
- 3.3.57: Find the current and power supplied by the 40 V source in the circu...
- 3.13.57: a) Find the transfer function as a function of for the circuit seen...
- 3.3.58: a) Find the equivalent resistance in the circuit in Fig. P3.58 by u...
- 3.13.58: In the circuit of Fig. P13.58 is the output signal and is the input...
- 3.3.59: Use a -to-Y transformation to find the voltages and in the circuit ...
- 3.13.59: A rectangular voltage pulse is applied to the circuit in Fig. P13.5...
- 3.3.60: a) Find the resistance seen by the ideal voltage source in the circ...
- 3.13.60: Interchange the inductor and resistor in 13.59 and again use the co...
- 3.3.61: Use a Y-to- transformation to find (a) (b) (c) and (d) the power de...
- 3.13.61: a) Use the convolution integral to find the output voltage of the c...
- 3.3.62: Find and the power dissipated in the resistor in the circuit in Fig...
- 3.13.62: a) Repeat 13.61, given that the resistor in the circuit in Fig. P13...
- 3.3.63: For the circuit shown in Fig. P3.63, find (a) (b) , (c) , and (d) t...
- 3.13.63: a) Given find when and are the rectangular pulses shown in Fig. P13...
- 3.3.64: Show that the expressions for conductances as functions of the thre...
- 3.13.64: a) Find when and are the rectangular pulses shown in Fig. P13.64(a)...
- 3.3.65: Derive Eqs. 3.443.49 from Eqs. 3.413.43. The following two hints sh...
- 3.13.65: The voltage impulse response of a circuit is shown in Fig. P13.65(a...
- 3.3.66: Resistor networks are sometimes used as volumecontrol circuits. In ...
- 3.13.66: Assume the voltage impulse response of a circuit can be modeled by ...
- 3.3.67: a) The fixed-attenuator pad shown in Fig. P3.67 is called a bridged...
- 3.13.67: a) Assume the voltage impulse response of a circuit is h(t) = b 0, ...
- 3.3.68: The design equations for the bridged-tee attenuator circuit in Fig....
- 3.13.68: Use the convolution integral to find the output voltage if the inpu...
- 3.3.69: a) For the circuit shown in Fig. P3.69 the bridge is balanced when ...
- 3.13.69: Use the convolution integral to find in the circuit seen in Fig. P1...
- 3.3.70: a) If percent error is defined as % error = B approximate value tru...
- 3.13.70: a) Use the convolution integral to find in the circuit in Fig. P13....
- 3.3.71: Assume the error in in the bridge circuit in Fig. P3.69 is not to e...
- 3.13.71: a) Find the impulse response of the circuit shown in Fig. P13.71(a)...
- 3.3.72: a) Using Fig. 3.38 derive the expression for the voltage Vy. b) Ass...
- 3.13.72: a) Find the impulse response of the circuit seen in Fig. P13.72 if ...
- 3.3.73: A resistive touch screen has 5 V applied to the grid in the x-direc...
- 3.13.73: The current source in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.73(a) is genera...
- 3.3.74: A resistive touch screen has 640 pixels in the x-direction and 1024...
- 3.13.74: The sinusoidal voltage pulse shown in Fig. P13.74(a) is applied to ...
- 3.3.75: Suppose the resistive touch screen described in 3.74 is simultaneou...
- 3.13.75: a) Show that if then b) Use the result given in (a) to find if F(s)...
- 3.13.76: The operational amplifier in the circuit seen in Fig. P13.76 is ide...
- 3.13.77: The op amp in the circuit seen in Fig. P13.77 is ideal. a) Find the...
- 3.13.78: he transfer function for a linear time-invariant circuit is If what...
- 3.13.79: The transfer function for a linear time-invariant circuit is If wha...
- 3.13.80: When an input voltage of is applied to a circuit, the response is k...
- 3.13.81: Show that after coulombs are transferred from to in the circuit sho...
- 3.13.82: The voltage source in the circuit in Example 13.1 is changed to a u...
- 3.13.83: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.83 at the time...
- 3.13.84: The inductor in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.84 is carrying an ini...
- 3.13.85: a) Let in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.84, and use the solutions d...
- 3.13.86: The parallel combination of and in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.86...
- 3.13.87: Show that if in the circuit shown in Fig. P13.86, will be a scaled ...
- 3.13.88: The switch in the circuit in Fig. P13.88 has been closed for a long...
- 3.13.89: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.89 at the time...
- 3.13.90: The switch in the circuit in Fig. P13.90 has been in position a for...
- 3.13.91: There is no energy stored in the circuit in Fig. P13.91 at the time...
- 3.13.92: Assume the line-to-neutral voltage in the 60 Hz circuit of Fig. 13....
- 3.13.93: Assume the switch in the circuit in Fig. 13.59 opens at the instant...
- 3.13.94: The purpose of this problem is to show that the line-to-neutral vol...

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