anonymous
  • anonymous
help me about Q1 of midterm plzzzz
MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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anonymous
  • anonymous
formula???
anonymous
  • anonymous
plzzzz
anonymous
  • anonymous
plzz give the formuale not the final answer

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anonymous
  • anonymous
kindly help me on que 1 my value are: The elements in this circuit have the following values: R1=50Ω, R2=50Ω, R3=100Ω, V1=4V, I1=0.0001A and I2=0.001A
benzo
  • benzo
once i get the formula i'll just plug # in
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats the answer for Q4
anonymous
  • anonymous
@engr.usman answers 2.9775 1.955 0.0209 0.0211 0.038 0.078 0.000195 -0.00195
anonymous
  • anonymous
@pauliusn how did you get these answers? Could you explain/post formula?
benzo
  • benzo
pauliusn...is those the answer for engr question if so what the formula
anonymous
  • anonymous
can u tell me the formulae for them @pauliusn
anonymous
  • anonymous
One way is very simple. Just use Circuit Sandbox . There place the your circuit wit own values of components, and then you will get A and B points voltages. And then calculate power is easy. Power on R1 is (V1-A)^2/R1; Power on R2 is (A-B)^2/R2; If R1=R2 - power on these resistors is equal.. Power on R3 is B^2/R3; Power from V1: calculated current from V1*V1 Power from I1: B*I1 Power from I2: -B*I2 Something like that.. This is the very easy way. Another way is to use node calculation mode. And then get A and B voltages and then all calculations.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks dude

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