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For the polynomial below, 2 is a zero. f[x) = x - 8x + 16x - 8 Expres.pdf

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For the network show below, determine the current 1 and For the network shown below, determine E, I2, I, and RT, For the network show below, find the voltage across each resister if R1=2R3 and Find 7R3 Solution Ans 1) Current I is given by using kvl +4-18+4.7I+1.2I-10+5.6I=0 11.5I = 24 I = 2.08 Amp Ans 2) E=3 Amp*6 ohm E = 18 volts I2 = 18/9 = 2Amp I = I1 + I2 I = 3 + 2 I = 5 Amp RT = R1 parallel to R2 = 6x9/(6+9) RT = 3.6 ohm Ans 3 ) Not shown properly I am assuming R1 = 2R3, R2 = 7R3 Voltage across R1 = 30x(2R3/10R3) = 6 volt Voltage across R2 = 30x(7R3/10R3) = 21 volt Voltage across R3 = 30x(R3/10R3) = 3 volt.

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- For the network show below, determine the current 1 and For the network shown below, determine E, I2, I, and RT, For the network show below, find the voltage across each resister if R1=2R3 and Find 7R3 Solution Ans 1) Current I is given by using kvl +4-18+4.7I+1.2I-10+5.6I=0 11.5I = 24 I = 2.08 Amp Ans 2) E=3 Amp*6 ohm E = 18 volts I2 = 18/9 = 2Amp I = I1 + I2 I = 3 + 2 I = 5 Amp RT = R1 parallel to R2 = 6x9/(6+9) RT = 3.6 ohm Ans 3 ) Not shown properly I am assuming R1 = 2R3, R2 = 7R3 Voltage across R1 = 30x(2R3/10R3) = 6 volt Voltage across R2 = 30x(7R3/10R3) = 21 volt Voltage across R3 = 30x(R3/10R3) = 3 volt

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