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mid term pattern
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anonymous
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so whos took a look at it
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i have its easy
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solved two questions in gup shup

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whats a gup shup haha
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its like a walk in the park
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ahaa well best of luck and if you get stuck go to the question on here about midterm and post what your stuck and if i can ill help and if you can help others help them out :)
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ok A resistive load is attached to a two-terminal "black box". The "black box" contains only linear resistors and independent sources. The voltage across the load is measured to be v=16.0V when the current through the load is measured to be i=24.0A. The load is then changed and the voltage across the new load is measured to be v=17.0V when the current through the load is measured to be i=15.0A. If the resistive load is replaced by a short circuit, what is the current, in Amperes, that flows through the short circuit? unanswered If the resistive load is replaced by an open circuit, what is the voltage, in Volts, that appears across the open circuit?
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solve this
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i do not have that question but ill take a look at it haha

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