 22.1: a) For the circuit shown, use the nodevoltage method to find and b...
 22.2: Use the nodevoltage method to find in the circuit shown. Answer: 15 V
 22.3: Use the nodevoltage method to find in the circuit shown. Answer: 4...
 22.4: A current leaving a node is defined as positive. a) Sum the current...
 22.5: a) How many separate parts does the circuit in Fig. P4.5 have? b) H...
 22.6: Use the nodevoltage method to find in the circuit in Fig. P4.6.
 22.7: a) Find the power developed by the 40 mA current source in the circ...
 22.8: A resistor is connected in series with the 40 mA current source in ...
 22.9: Use the nodevoltage method to find how much power the source extra...
 22.10: a) Use the nodevoltage method to show that the output voltage in t...
 22.11: a) Use the nodevoltage method to find the branch currents in the c...
 22.12: Use the nodevoltage method to find and in the circuit in Fig. P4.12.
 22.13: Use the nodevoltage method to find and in the circuit shown in Fig...
 22.14: a) Use the nodevoltage method to find and in the circuit in Fig. P...
 22.15: The circuit shown in Fig. P4.15 is a dc model of a residential powe...
 22.16: Use the nodevoltage method to find the total power dissipated in t...
 22.17: a) Use the nodevoltage method to find in the circuit in Fig. P4.17...
 22.18: Use the nodevoltage method to calculate the power delivered by the...
 22.19: a) Use the nodevoltage method to find the total power developed in...
 22.20: a) Use the node voltage method to find for the circuit in Fig. P4.2...
 22.21: a) Find the node voltages , , and in the circuit in Fig. P4.21. b) ...
 22.22: a) Use the nodevoltage method to find and the power delivered by t...
 22.23: Use the nodevoltage method to find the value of in the circuit in ...
 22.24: Use the nodevoltage method to find in the circuit in Fig. P4.24.
 22.25: a) Use the nodevoltage method to find the power dissipated in the ...
 22.26: Use the nodevoltage method to find in the circuit in Fig. P4.26.
 22.27: a) Use the nodevoltage method to find the branch currents and in t...
 22.28: Use the nodevoltage method to find the value of in the circuit in ...
 22.29: Assume you are a project engineer and one of your staff is assigned...
 22.30: Use the nodevoltage method to find the power developed by the 20 V...
 22.31: Show that when Eqs. 4.16, 4.17, and 4.19 are solved for the result ...
 22.32: a) Use the meshcurrent method to find the branch currents and in t...
 22.33: Solve 4.11 using the meshcurrent method
 22.34: Solve 4.15 using the meshcurrent method.
 22.35: Solve 4.24 using the meshcurrent method
 22.36: a) Use the meshcurrent method to find the total power developed in...
 22.37: Solve 4.25 using the meshcurrent method.
 22.38: Solve 4.18 using the meshcurrent method.
 22.39: Use the meshcurrent method to find the power dissipated in the res...
 22.40: Use the meshcurrent method to find the power delivered by the depe...
 22.41: a) Use the meshcurrent method to find in the circuit in Fig. P4.41...
 22.42: Use the meshcurrent method to find the power developed in the depe...
 22.43: a) Use the meshcurrent method to solve for in the circuit in Fig. ...
 22.44: Solve 4.13 using the meshcurrent method.
 22.45: Solve 4.21 using the meshcurrent method.
 22.46: Use the meshcurrent method to find the total power developed in th...
 22.47: a) Use the meshcurrent method to find how much power the 5 A curre...
 22.48: a) Use the meshcurrent method to determine which sources in the ci...
 22.49: Use the meshcurrent method to find the total power dissipated in t...
 22.50: a) Assume the 100 V source in the circuit in Fig. P4.49 is changed ...
 22.51: Solve 4.27 using the meshcurrent method.
 22.52: a) Use the meshcurrent method to find the branch currents in in th...
 22.53: a) Find the branch currents for the circuit shown in Fig. P4.53. b)...
 22.54: Assume you have been asked to find the power dissipated in the hori...
 22.55: A resistor is placed in parallel with the 10 mA current source in t...
 22.56: a) Would you use the nodevoltage or meshcurrent method to find th...
 22.57: The variable dc current source in the circuit in Fig. P4.57 is adju...
 22.58: The variable dc voltage source in the circuit in Fig. P4.58 is adju...
 22.59: a) Make a series of source transformations to find the voltage in t...
 22.60: a) Find the current in the circuit in Fig. P4.60 by making a succes...
 22.61: a) Use source transformations to find the current in the circuit in...
 22.62: a) Use a series of source transformations to find in the circuit in...
 22.63: a) Use source transformations to find in the circuit in Fig. P4.63....
 22.64: Find the Thvenin equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b for t...
 22.65: Find the Norton equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b for th...
 22.66: Find the Norton equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b for th...
 22.67: Find the Thvenin equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b for t...
 22.68: Find the Norton equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b in the...
 22.69: A Thvenin equivalent can also be determined from measurements made ...
 22.70: An automobile battery, when connected to a car radio, provides 12.5...
 22.71: Determine and in the circuit shown in Fig. P4.71 when is a resistor...
 22.72: A voltmeter with a resistance of is used to measure the voltage in ...
 22.73: The Wheatstone bridge in the circuit shown in Fig. P4.73 is balance...
 22.74: Determine the Thvenin equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b ...
 22.75: Find the Norton equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b for th...
 22.76: When an ammeter is used to measure the current in the circuit shown...
 22.77: a) Find the Thvenin equivalent resistance with respect to the termi...
 22.78: a) Find the Thvenin equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b fo...
 22.79: Find the Thvenin equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b in th...
 22.80: Find the Thvenin equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b in th...
 22.81: Find the Norton equivalent with respect to the terminals a,b for th...
 22.82: The variable resistor in the circuit in Fig. P4.82 is adjusted for ...
 22.83: What percentage of the total power developed in the circuit in Fig....
 22.84: a) Calculate the power delivered for each value of used in 4.71. b)...
 22.85: a) Find the value of the variable resistor in the circuit in Fig. P...
 22.86: A variable resistor is connected across the terminals a,b in the ci...
 22.87: The variable resistor ( ) in the circuit in Fig. P4.87 is adjusted ...
 22.88: The variable resistor ( ) in the circuit in Fig. P4.88 is adjusted ...
 22.89: The variable resistor in the circuit in Fig. P4.89 is adjusted for ...
 22.90: The variable resistor ( ) in the circuit in Fig. P4.90 is adjusted ...
 22.91: The variable resistor in the circuit in Fig. P4.91 is adjusted for ...
 22.92: a) In the circuit in Fig. P4.92, before the 5 mA current source is ...
 22.93: a) Use the principle of superposition to find the voltage in the ci...
 22.94: Use superposition to solve for and in the circuit in Fig. P4.94.
 22.95: Use the principle of superposition to find the current in the circu...
 22.96: Use the principle of superposition to find the voltage in the circu...
 22.97: Use the principle of superposition to find in the circuit in Fig. P...
 22.98: Use the principle of superposition to find the current in the circu...
 22.99: Assume your supervisor has asked you to determine the power develop...
 22.100: Find and in the circuit in Fig. P4.100.
 22.101: Find and in the circuit in Fig. P4.101
 22.102: Two ideal dc voltage sources are connected by electrical conductors...
 22.103: Laboratory measurements on a dc voltage source yield a terminal vol...
 22.104: For the circuit in Fig. 4.69 derive the expressions for the sensiti...
 22.105: Assume the nominal values for the components in the circuit in Fig....
 22.106: Repeat 4.105 if increases to 17 A, and all other components stay at...
 22.107: Repeat 4.105 if decreases to 11 A and increases to 17 A. Check your...
 22.108: Use the results given in Table 4.2 to predict the values of and if ...
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Barometer
An instrument that measures atmospheric pressure.

Compressional mountains
Mountains in which great horizontal forces have shortened and thickened the crust. Most major mountain belts are of this type.

Contact metamorphism
Changes in rock caused by the heat from a nearby magma body.

Crosscutting
A principle of relative dating. A rock or fault is younger than any rock (or fault) through which it cuts.

Cutoff
A short channel segment created when a river erodes through the narrow neck of land between meanders.

Disconformity
A type of unconformity in which the beds above and below are parallel.

Equinox
The time when the vertical rays of the Sun are striking the equator. The length of daylight and darkness is equal at all latitudes at equinox.

Humid subtropical climate
A climate generally located on the eastern side of a continent and characterized by hot, sultry summers and cool winters.

Hygroscopic nuclei
Condensation nuclei having a high affinity for water, such as salt particles.

Intrusion
See Pluton.

Local group
The cluster of 20 or so galaxies to which our galaxy belongs.

Magnitude (stellar)
A number given to a celestial object to express its relative brightness.

Marine terrace
A wavecut platform that has been exposed above sea level.

Nucleus
The small heavy core of an atom that contains all of its positive charge and most of its mass.

Octet rule
Atoms combine in order that each may have the electron arrangement of a noble gas; that is, the outer energy level contains eight neutrons.

Phytoplankton
Algal plankton, which are the most important community of primary producers in the ocean.

Pyroclastic
An igneous rock texture resulting from the consolidation of individual rock fragments that are ejected during a violent eruption.

Rotation
The spinning of a body, such as Earth, about its axis.

Vein deposit
A mineral filling a fracture or fault in a host rock. Such deposits have a sheetlike, or tabular, form.

Wind
Air flowing horizontally with respect to Earthâ€™s surface.