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Use source transformation to find *v _{o}* in the circuit below. (Circuit is displayed in attached picture)

Step 1

Consider the circuit diagram given, we can transform the voltage source with series resistor into an equivalent current source.

Then, the value of equivalent current source,

Step 2

The resulting circuit is shown below.

Step 3

Now, we can combine the two parallel resistors in the circuit.

The equi...

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