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moha_10

can any body know about circuit ???? plz i wanna collect so much of queasiness and answers

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  1. CHAD159753
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    Whats the question? o.O

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  2. lalaly
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    what kind of circuits? AC,DC, electronic components ... simple circuits ...??

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  3. moha_10
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    ok let's start in how to solve the circuit by Karashof's way

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  4. lalaly
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    lol its called Kirchhoff's rule

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  5. moha_10
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    ok ok i know sorry

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  6. lalaly
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    lol ok,, post a questtion and ill help u

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  7. CHAD159753
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    Um lalaly I think that was the question... lol

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  8. moha_10
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    okay so that's will not be easy one okay??

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  9. lalaly
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    umm ok just post anything -.-

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  10. moha_10
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    okay wooops how can i draw a circuit

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  11. lalaly
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    thers a draw button

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  12. CHAD159753
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    Use the draw button right under the box your typing in now lol

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  13. moha_10
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    |dw:1345468736736:dw|

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  14. moha_10
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    thank u chadi

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    oh my god i hope my drawing is good

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    |dw:1340288612184:dw| what do u want to find?

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  17. moha_10
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    yeah wait a minute

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  18. moha_10
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    |dw:1345469179079:dw|

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    i1

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  20. lalaly
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    is the 35 a current source?

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  21. moha_10
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    yeah

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    lalaly answere me

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    kirchoffs current law states that sum of currents entering a node =0 |dw:1340289589176:dw| so that will be\[i_2-i_1+35=0\] now to find i2 u apply kirchoffs voltage law around the loop i marked with an arrow |dw:1340289675976:dw| \[-10+10i_2+20=0\]\[10i_2=-10\]\[i_2=-1A\]the minus only means its in the opposite direction than its supposed to be substitute i2=-1 in the first equation \[-1-i_1+35=0\]\[-i_1=-34\]\[i_1=3\]

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    Sorry the second drawing should be like this |dw:1340289870886:dw|

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    okay nice job lalay

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    correction\[i_1=34 A\]

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  27. moha_10
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    yeah thx

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  28. lalaly
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    =)

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  29. moha_10
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    lalay do u really enjoy when r solving circuits ???

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  30. lalaly
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    lol yeah i do ,,, i love circuits, but that doesnt mean u can ask me to do all ur questions lol

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    haaaaaaaaaaaaa

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  32. moha_10
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    no no but that's make me to have fun with u

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  33. lalaly
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    lol ok

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    lalaly

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