1. Given the circuit in Figure A.6, Starting at point A going clockwise write the Kirchhoff Voltage Law(KVL) loop equation for a circuit clockwise. Now repeat the calculation for an counter clockwise loop starting at point A. Assume that the current I is in the direction shown. R1 R2 Figure A.6: Figure for Question #1 2. Given the circuit in Figure A.7, write the Kirchhoff current Law(KCL) for node A. Write the three KVL equations for the three loops in the circuit. Do not solve for any current Equations. Remember you only need 3 of the four equations to solve for the currents. 3. Given the circuit in Figure A.8, write the KCL for node A. Write the three KVL equations for the three loops in the circuit. Do not solve for any of the Currents. Remember you only need 3 of the four equations to solve for the currents. 4. Find a length of a copper wire that has a resistance of 256.02 with a circular cross sectional radius of r = 0.0100m. R1 R2 R3 Figure A.7: Figure for Question #2 R1 R2 Figure A.8: Figure for Question #3

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1. Given the circuit in Figure A.6, Starting at point A going clockwise
write the Kirchhoff Voltage Law(KVL) loop equation for a circuit
clockwise. Now repeat the calculation for an counter clockwise loop
starting at point A. Assume that the current I is in the direction
shown.
R1
R2
Figure A.6: Figure for Question #1
2. Given the circuit in Figure A.7, write the Kirchhoff current Law(KCL)
for node A. Write the three KVL equations for the three loops in the
circuit. Do not solve for any current Equations. Remember you only
need 3 of the four equations to solve for the currents.
3. Given the circuit in Figure A.8, write the KCL for node A. Write
the three KVL equations for the three loops in the circuit. Do not
solve for any of the Currents. Remember you only need 3 of the four
equations to solve for the currents.
4. Find a length of a copper wire that has a resistance of 256.02 with a
circular cross sectional radius of r = 0.0100m.
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R1
R2
R3
Figure A.7: Figure for Question #2
R1
R2
Figure A.8: Figure for Question #3
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1. Given the circuit in Figure A.6, Starting at point A going clockwise write the Kirchhoff Voltage Law(KVL) loop equation for a circuit clockwise. Now repeat the calculation for an counter clockwise loop starting at point A. Assume that the current I is in the direction shown. R1 R2 Figure A.6: Figure for Question #1 2. Given the circuit in Figure A.7, write the Kirchhoff current Law(KCL) for node A. Write the three KVL equations for the three loops in the circuit. Do not solve for any current Equations. Remember you only need 3 of the four equations to solve for the currents. 3. Given the circuit in Figure A.8, write the KCL for node A. Write the three KVL equations for the three loops in the circuit. Do not solve for any of the Currents. Remember you only need 3 of the four equations to solve for the currents. 4. Find a length of a copper wire that has a resistance of 256.02 with a circular cross sectional radius of r = 0.0100m.

R1 R2 R3 Figure A.7: Figure for Question #2 R1 R2 Figure A.8: Figure for Question #3