anonymous
  • anonymous
Homework 7 please, TKS!
MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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anonymous
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1.) L1+L2 (L1*L2)/(L1+L2) ((L2*L3)/(L2+L3))+L1 ((L2+L3)*L1)/(L1+L2+L3) 2.) L/(R1+R2) L*(R1+R2)/(R1*R2) 3.) V*RO/(RS+RO) L/(RS+RO) 0.28 0.0667
anonymous
  • anonymous
@chrismgor Inductor acts like a resistor in series or parallel connection and capacitor is opposite to that of resistori.e, if capacitor in series then resistor parallel formula applies there.......always keep this in mind.
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