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Part B The figure above shows a circuit with a linear voltage-controlled-voltage-source and its Norton equivalent model as seen from Port B. Given that Vo=5V,A=2,R1=1Ω,R2=3Ω,R3=5Ω, determine the Norton current IN and Norton resistance RN. What is the Norton equivalent current and resistance?

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  1. xmark
    • 2 years ago
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    First find Vth and Rth , then , In=Vth/ Rth and Rth = Rn i calculated it around 2.75

  2. engsara!
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    the current is 2.75A and the resistance is 2.875

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