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Problem # 1 (30 points): Consider the circuit shown below.
(a) Find h, 12, Is, l4, and Is.
(b) Find the total power supplied by the voltage sources.
(c) Find the total power dissipated by the resistors.
R4 -20
V 12V
R2 3R3 2
2
3
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Transcribed Image Text:Problem # 1 (30 points): Consider the circuit shown below. (a) Find h, 12, Is, l4, and Is. (b) Find the total power supplied by the voltage sources. (c) Find the total power dissipated by the resistors. R4 -20 V 12V R2 3R3 2 2 3
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