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MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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anyone with solution to H10 ?
You need to compute the gain and phase for two values (or more). With the values obtained, you are able to compare the curves at those points. Doing so, i'm find the next results: Circuit a: s*t Circuit b: p*w Circuit c: q*v Circuit D: r*u I compare the curves at 1kHz and 100kHz, computing Vo/Vi and the phase. With that values, you can see the evolution of the gain and phase with the frequency and, next, compare each other to see which of the curves is upper than the others.
@ olufemi try these H10P1 r*u q*v p*w s*t

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I suppose the correct answer depends on the order of the circuit/responses... My circuits order are: circuit A: RC; B: CR; C: RL; and D LR. I hope yo find it useful.

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