- 5.SP5.1: The circuit in Figure SP 5-1 has three inputs: v1, v2, and i3. The ...
- 5.SP5.2: The pair of terminals ab partitions the circuit in Figure SP 5-2 in...
- 5.SP5.3: Use PSpice to find the Thevenin equivalent circuit for the circuit ...
- 5.SP5.4: The circuit shown in Figure SP 5-4b is the Norton equivalent circui...
- 5.DP5-1: The circuit shown in Figure DP 5-1a has four unspecified circuit pa...
- 5.DP5-2: The circuit shown in Figure DP 5-2a has four unspecified circuit pa...
- 5.DP5-3: The circuit shown in Figure DP 5-3a has four unspecified circuit pa...
- 5.DP5-4: The circuit shown in Figure DP 5-4a has four unspecified circuit pa...

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