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Calculate v and i for the DC circuit of Figure 2 with the resistor values of Table 2Calculate the power dissipated in each resistor and the power delivered by the DCExercise:sourceConsider the two-terminal network of Figure 3. (The two-terminal network in thatfigure is the connected set of resistors R2, R3, and R4.) Using the resistor values ofTable 2, calculate the equivalent load resistance Rj for this two-terminal networkCalculate v and i for the circuit of Figure 4 with the R1 value of Table 2 and the Rjthat you just calculated. Calculate the power dissipated in R1 and the powerdissipated in Rf. Calculate the power delivered by the DC source R2R3R4V5 VFigure 2: DC circuitTwo-terminal networkR2R1+5 VR3R4VFigure 3: Two-terminal network definedR1++5 VVFigure 4: Equivalent load for DC circuitw

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Resistor Value
R1 3kOHM
R2 1kOHM
R3 2.5kOHM
R4 2.0kOHM
 Table 2
 
Please answer second question (the one in the middle)
Calculate v and i for the DC circuit of Figure 2 with the resistor values of Table 2
Calculate the power dissipated in each resistor and the power delivered by the DC
Exercise:
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Consider the two-terminal network of Figure 3. (The two-terminal network in that
figure is the connected set of resistors R2, R3, and R4.) Using the resistor values of
Table 2, calculate the equivalent load resistance Rj for this two-terminal network
Calculate v and i for the circuit of Figure 4 with the R1 value of Table 2 and the Rj
that you just calculated. Calculate the power dissipated in R1 and the power
dissipated in Rf. Calculate the power delivered by the DC source
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Calculate v and i for the DC circuit of Figure 2 with the resistor values of Table 2 Calculate the power dissipated in each resistor and the power delivered by the DC Exercise: source Consider the two-terminal network of Figure 3. (The two-terminal network in that figure is the connected set of resistors R2, R3, and R4.) Using the resistor values of Table 2, calculate the equivalent load resistance Rj for this two-terminal network Calculate v and i for the circuit of Figure 4 with the R1 value of Table 2 and the Rj that you just calculated. Calculate the power dissipated in R1 and the power dissipated in Rf. Calculate the power delivered by the DC source

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R2
R3
R4
V
5 V
Figure 2: DC circuit
Two-terminal network
R2
R1
+
5 V
R3
R4
V
Figure 3: Two-terminal network defined
R1
+
+
5 V
V
Figure 4: Equivalent load for DC circuit
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R2 R3 R4 V 5 V Figure 2: DC circuit Two-terminal network R2 R1 + 5 V R3 R4 V Figure 3: Two-terminal network defined R1 + + 5 V V Figure 4: Equivalent load for DC circuit w

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Step 1

Considering the circuit number two,

Two-terminal network
R2
5 V
Figure 3: Two-terminal network defined
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Two-terminal network R2 5 V Figure 3: Two-terminal network defined

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Step 2

Resistance R3 and R4 are in parallel their equivalent resistance is given by R,

R R, || R
R R
RR
2x2.5
R =
2 2.5
R 1.111kOHM
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R R, || R R R RR 2x2.5 R = 2 2.5 R 1.111kOHM

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Step 3

The simplified circuit is repr...

R2
R1
RL
R
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R2 R1 RL R

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