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Refer to figure 5-1 below
a. Derive the Thevenin's equivalent e.m.f. and impedance as seen between the terminals AB.
(Note:You must show the simplified version of the circuit that you are working on when applying the theorem).

b. Draw the Thevenin's equivalent circuit derived in Part a. above, hence determine the expression for the current iout

c. Given that is an inductor of 22 mH and is a capacitor of 40 nF, calculate:-

i. The Thevenin impedance.
ii. The Thevenin voltage.
iii. The current iout.

Data: Frequency = 24 kHz., & = 75 Ω, and V.

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Refer to figure 5-1 below
a. Derive the Thevenin's equivalent e.m.f. and impedance as seen between the terminals AB.
(Note:You ...

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