## Solutions for ANALYSIS+DESIGN OF LINEAR CIRCUITS(LL)

Problem 1.1P:

Given an electrical quantity described in terms of words, scientific notation, or decimal prefix...Problem 1.2P:

Express the following quantities to the nearest standard prefix using no more than three digits....Problem 1.3P:

An ampere-hour (Ah) meter measures the time integral of the current in a conductor. During an 8-hour...Problem 1.4P:

Electric power companies measure energy consumption in kilowatt-hours, denoted kWh. One...Problem 1.5P:

Fill in the blanks in the following statements. To convert capacitance from nanofarads to...Problem 1.6P:

Which of the two entries is larger? 1000 microfarads or 0.0003333 F 0.005106Hz or 66 kHz 0.333 pC or...Problem 1.7P:

A wire carries a constant current of 30A. How many couIombs flow past a given point in the wire in...Problem 1.8P:

The net positive charge flowing through a device is q(t)=20+4tmC. Find the current through the...Problem 1.9P:

Figure P1-9 shows a plot of the net positive charge flowing in a wire versus time. Sketch the...Problem 1.10P:

The net negative charge flowing through a device varies as q(t)=2.2t2C. Find the current through the...Problem 1.11P:

A cell phone charger outputs 9.6 V and is protected by a 50-mA fuse. A 2-W cell phone is connected...Problem 1.12P:

For 0t5s, the current through a device is i(t)=3tA. For 5t10s, the current is i(t)=303tA, and...Problem 1.13P:

The charge flowing through a device is q(t)=1e1000tC. What will the current be after 1.6094 ms?Problem 1.14P:

The 12-V automobile battery in Figure P1-14 has an output capacity of 100 Ah when connected to a...Problem 1.15P:

The current through a device is zero for t0 and is i(t)=5e3tA for t0. Find the charge q(t) flowing...Problem 1.16P:

A string of holiday lights is protected by a 12A fuse and has 100 LED lights, each of which is rated...Problem 1.17P:

When illuminated the relationship for a photocell is i=ev12A. For v=2,2, and 3 V, find the device...Problem 1.18P:

A new 6-V alkaline lantern battery delivers 237.5kJ of energy during its lifetime. How long will the...Problem 1.19P:

The maximum current allowed by a device's power rating is limited by a 25-mA fuse. When the device...Problem 1.20P:

Traffic lights are being converted from incandescent bulbs to LED arrays to save operating and...Problem 1.21P:

Two electrical devices are connected as shown in Figure P1-21. Using the reference marks shown in...Problem 1.22P:

Figure P1-22 shows an electric circuit with a voltage and a current variable assigned to each of the...Problem 1.23P:

Figure P1-22 shows an electric circuit with a voltage and a current variable assigned to each of the...Problem 1.24P:

In Figure P1-24 the voltage v2 is 10 V and v4 is 5 V. Find the voltage associated with each element.Problem 1.25P:

For t0, the voltage across and power absorbed by a two-terminal device are v(t)=2etV and...Problem 1.26P:

Repeat Problem 1-22 using MATLAB to perform the calculations. Create a vector for the voltage...Problem 1.27P:

Using the passive sign convention, the voltage across a device is v(t)=240cos(314t)V and the current...Problem 1.28IP:

Power Ratio (PR) in dB A stereo amplifier takes the output of a CD player, for example, and...Problem 1.29IP:

AC to DC Converter A manufacturer's data sheet for the converter in Figure P1-29 states that the...Problem 1.30IP:

Charge-Storage Device A capacitor is a two-terminal device that can store electric charge. In a...### Book Details

The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits, 8th Edition provides an introduction to the analysis, design, and evaluation of electric circuits, focusing on developing the learners design intuition. The text emphasizes the use of computers to assist in design and evaluation. Early introduction to circuit design motivates the student to create circuit solutions and optimize designs based on real-world constraints. This text is an unbound, three hole punched version.

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