Exercise: In Figure 4 the two-terminal network of Figure 3 with the parameters of Table 3 is placed in a circuit. The source is a 2-kHz sinusoid with a 4-V amplitude. Model this source voltage as having a phase of zero. Rs = 2 kQ. Find the amplitude and phase of v and i Table 3: Component values for the two-terminal network of Figure 3 Value Component L 100 mH 0.022 uF C 5 kn N- two-terminal network L Synthesized C Frequency v- R Generator Figure 4: Testing the two-terminal network -1

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Exercise:
In Figure 4 the two-terminal network of Figure 3 with the parameters of Table 3 is
placed in a circuit. The source is a 2-kHz sinusoid with a 4-V amplitude. Model
this source voltage as having a phase of zero. Rs = 2 kQ. Find the amplitude and
phase of v and i

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Exercise: In Figure 4 the two-terminal network of Figure 3 with the parameters of Table 3 is placed in a circuit. The source is a 2-kHz sinusoid with a 4-V amplitude. Model this source voltage as having a phase of zero. Rs = 2 kQ. Find the amplitude and phase of v and i

Table 3: Component values for the two-terminal network of Figure 3
Value
Component
L
100 mH
0.022 uF
C
5 kn
N-
two-terminal network
L
Synthesized
C
Frequency
v-
R
Generator
Figure 4: Testing the two-terminal network
-1

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Table 3: Component values for the two-terminal network of Figure 3 Value Component L 100 mH 0.022 uF C 5 kn N- two-terminal network L Synthesized C Frequency v- R Generator Figure 4: Testing the two-terminal network -1

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