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EngSara Group Title

Vin=45V, R1=1.5Ω, R2=2Ω, R3=6Ω, A=2 and B=0.5 what is the RTH ?

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  1. benzo Group Title
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    sara do you mean I1= vin/(r3-b*r1*r3 vo=vin*(r3-(b*r1*r3)+r1+r2+a*r2)/(r3-b*r1*r3)

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  2. brunofornari Group Title
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    Tell me the othersQ6 answews, pls.. I have the same values

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  3. KezinDazel Group Title
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    5 7.5 7.5

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  4. KezinDazel Group Title
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    She/He wrote that and its correct only if you have those values.

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  5. brunofornari Group Title
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    I have the same values. and did you get the RTH?

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  6. KezinDazel Group Title
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    not yet

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  7. EngSara Group Title
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    @benzo 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 this is the formula of q6 did you mean that ?

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  8. brunofornari Group Title
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    do you guys have any news abt the rth?

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  9. Ajan Group Title
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    yeah....I saw sum1 had postd d formula... Its Vth/Isc... Bt don knw how to calculate Isc.. :P Can sumbdy help me out pls.?

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  10. 1431mahi Group Title
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    Rth=5 for ur values @EngSara

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  11. KezinDazel Group Title
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    Thx same for me

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  12. EngSara Group Title
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    thanks @1431mahi

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