# Superposition Theorem

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1.1 Analyze the circuit shown in Fig. 5.1 (see attached file) and find the expected voltage across the load resistor RL. Use mesh or nodal analysis to find the expected value.

1.2 Find the load voltages Vout1 and Vout2 with one voltage alone driving the circuit in each case. Also find the net response by using the superposition theorem.

1.3 Compare the results of step 1.1 and step 1.2 and comment on the results. Can you find the linearity constant, K, from these results?

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1.1 Analyze the circuit shown and find the expected voltage across the load resistor RL. Use mesh or nodal analysis to find the expected value.

1.2 Find the load voltages Vout1 and Vout2 with one voltage alone driving the circuit in each case. Also find the net response by using the superposition theorem.

1.3 Compare the results of step 1.1 and step 1.2 and comment on the results. Can you find the linearity constant, K, from these results?

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1.1 Analyze the circuit shown in Fig. 5.1 and find the expected voltage across the load resistor RL. Use mesh or nodal analysis to find the expected value.

1.2 Find the load voltages Vout1 and Vout2 with one voltage alone driving the circuit in each case. Also find the net response by using the superposition theorem.

1.3 Compare the results of step 1.1 and step 1.2 and ...

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