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anonymous
  • anonymous
the formula of RTH plz
anonymous
  • anonymous
what abut q6 and q4
anonymous
  • anonymous
q4 1-(R*b*vIN)/(1+R*b) 2-(VS*(1+R*b)-vIN)/(1+R*b)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Formulas for Q3? "For the last two parts assume I = 2A" Also, formulas for Q6 please :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
plzz plzz Q3 and Q6
anonymous
  • anonymous
q6 Vin=45V, R1=1.5Ω, R2=2Ω, R3=6Ω, A=2 and B=0.5 1-i1=5 2-vo=7.5 3-vth=7.5
anonymous
  • anonymous
formulae
anonymous
  • anonymous
plzz post formulae
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thx EngSara
anonymous
  • anonymous
q6 the formula 1-Vo* (R3-(B*R1*R3)+R1+R2+A*R2)/(R3-B*R1*R3)=VIN 2-i1=V0/(R3-B*R1*R3) 3- vo = vth
anonymous
  • anonymous
Someone with Rth formula , would be appreciated !
anonymous
  • anonymous
RTH???
anonymous
  • anonymous
@ali_amjad , Brother , it is the last part of question 6
anonymous
  • anonymous
Anyone has the formulas of the Q3?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i don't know the Rth
anonymous
  • anonymous
@EngSara , same is the case here :-/
anonymous
  • anonymous
what about Q3
anonymous
  • anonymous
q3 if I=10 vo=2 if I=-3 vo= -1 if I =1 vo=0.333 v1=0.665
anonymous
  • anonymous
plzz the formula aor hint for Q3
anonymous
  • anonymous
the resistance of zener =1
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thx EngSara Again
anonymous
  • anonymous
you are welcome :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
i am trying Q3
anonymous
  • anonymous
@EngSara , how did you find out that if I = 10 , then vo = 2 ????
anonymous
  • anonymous
@EngSara not getting it in Q3
anonymous
  • anonymous
@chaand.i i dont thimk we sholud think zener as R=1 because if so then v0=7.5 . .??
anonymous
  • anonymous
benzo
  • benzo
engsara please help me with q3 what the formula or answer I 9a then vo =...I is -3 vo=..Iis 4 then v1= and vo=
anonymous
  • anonymous
chaand.i its to 3,3V but the zener cuts it down to 2V
anonymous
  • anonymous
Q3 for I=2A? What's the formula? :3
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Zozi what the formula for Q3
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[(2ohm/3ohm)*I\] for v1 and for v2 its half, but over two volts the zener cuts dovn the voltage to 2V
anonymous
  • anonymous
RTH pleasee
benzo
  • benzo
engsara please help......q6 I1, Vo, Vth, Rth formula pleaseeee?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Q6 Rth please, Vin=18V, R1=1.5Ω, R2=3Ω, R3=4Ω, A=1.5 and B=0.5.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got it My Rth= 3.6
anonymous
  • anonymous
Q3: p1 : zener voltage sholud be less than the given current so vo=2V which is zener voltage Q3: P2 : I1=( 0.66 * I ) . . . also find I2 = (0.33 * I) .. . Vo= I2 Q3: P3 : (a) I1=( 0.66 * I ) . . . also find I2 = (0.33 * I) .. . Vo= I2 . . (b) v1 = I1
anonymous
  • anonymous
@JoãoVitorMC how you got it?? Rth
anonymous
  • anonymous
anonymous
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@chaand.i the volt must be 3.33 but when see the fig of zener , the max volt is 2
anonymous
  • anonymous
@JoãoVitorMC : if you consider zener as R=1phm resistor then this question would be much much simpler
anonymous
  • anonymous
R=1ohm
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes that's what i do, but this happens only then the voltage saw by the element is in the range -+2
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup because in the first part the current source is too big and then zener limits the voltage
anonymous
  • anonymous
Rth ???/
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you @EngSara and @Zozi for help of Q3
anonymous
  • anonymous
RTH= Vth / ISC Isc= Current on short circuit How can I find the ISC?

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