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table 1

resistor value
R1 8kohms
R2 8kohms
R3 6kohms
Consider the two-terminal network of Figure 3, but with the DC voltage source
replaced with a sinewave voltage source having an amplitude of 5 V. The resistors
have the values given in Table 1. Find the Thévenin equivalent
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Consider the two-terminal network of Figure 3, but with the DC voltage source replaced with a sinewave voltage source having an amplitude of 5 V. The resistors have the values given in Table 1. Find the Thévenin equivalent

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R3
R2
5 V
Figure 3: Two-terminal network with DC source
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R3 R2 5 V Figure 3: Two-terminal network with DC source

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Step 1

To calculate the Rth, short circuit the voltage source.

Now, Draw the circuit diagram,

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RI-BRA R3-6R A S C

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Step 2

Here, R1 and R2 are in parallel and R3 is in series.

Substitute with appropriate value and calculate thevenin’s equivalent resistance,

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R(R || R,)R - (8 kΩ16 ΚΩ ) +6 ΚΩ 24 ΚD+6 kΩ 7 66 kΩ

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Step 3

As the circuit is open at AB, so the voltage across R2 wil...

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RIS8 Ka ww B

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