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iasazhary

  • one year ago

Could you fin v1, v2, and v3 in this circuit

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  1. iasazhary
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  2. KenLJW
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    Seeing there's no voltage source resistances any current can flow through them and effect nothing. Therefore V1, V2, V3 are known values.

  3. naveenatmit
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    V2 = 12V as it is the same node as 12V battery voltage V1 = 2V as V1+10V = V2 =12V V3 = -8V as V2-20V = V3

  4. Umerbreaker
    • one year ago
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    If u apply Principle of Superposition den ths circuit wil become very simple n den u can easily find v1 v2 v3 by aply any of circuit technique like KCL KVL

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