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H6P2, Thevenin equivalent open circuit voltage. This exercise is the only one I can't do in this problem set... I can't figure out how and why :| (The Thevenin for the small vi)

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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1st question of H6P1 is: (-1+sqrt(1+4*R*K*VS*(vIN-VT)))/(2*R*K*(vIN-VT)) I need the Thevenin equivalent.
1/(K*(VIN-VT))
Thank you olimpiacaj, but I'm sorry, I wasn't clear, I have that one already, I meant the one before, with the small vin. But thank you anyway! :D

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the one before i din'd find iet. sorry
the answer is -vin, thank you olimpiacaj :D
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