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tvvv1012

  • one year ago

Find I0 int the circuit using nodal analysis

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  1. tvvv1012
    • one year ago
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  2. milanmitra
    • one year ago
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    I am having difficulty in comprehending the value of the resistor to the left of the current source.However,0.54533A is probably the answer..provided the resistance on the left of the current source is 9ohm..

  3. Tushara
    • one year ago
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    @milanmitra did u assume the voltage across the 8ohm resistor to be 0V?

  4. milanmitra
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    Yes i did..

  5. Tushara
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    i dont seem to get the same answer as you

  6. Tushara
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    oh sorry, my bad, i took the resistor to the left as 2 ohms, i tried it with 9 and ended up with the same answer

  7. milanmitra
    • one year ago
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    thumbs up..:)

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