Please refer to the attached file. 1. What is the response function of the circuit in the s-domain? 2. What are the poles? Is than an impulse response stable circuit? 3. What are the poles? Is than an impulse response stable circuit? 4. What is the natural response of the circuit? 5. Is the circuit impulse stable? 6. Is
Greater than 9 detector 1) Design a circuit whose output will be high if the 4-bit data input is a value greater than 9. It only needs to be a simple circuit using basic gates. Also need truth table. 2) Alarm circuit design an alarm circuit to be used in a process control system. Temp (T), Presure (P), Flow (F), and Level (L)
Please help with the following problem. Provide step by step calculations to go along with the solution. Use Kirchhoff's rules to find the current in each of the four resistors in the circuit shown below (see the attachment). Also, calculate the voltage drop across each of the four resistors. See attached file for a diag
Please help answer the following problems. In the circuit shown in the attached picture E=10V, r=1ohm, R1=2khom, and R2=R3=R4=3kohm. 1. What is the current at point a of the circuit? 2. What is the potential difference between points a and b? 3. What is the potential difference between points b and d? 4. What is
The figure (see attachment) employs a convention often used in circuit diagrams. The battery (or other power supply) is not shown explicitly. It is understood that the point at the top, labeled "18.0 V," is connected to the positive terminal of a 18.0 V battery having negligible internal resistance, and that the "ground" symbol
"Short Circuit Evaluation's impact on the programmer". What if a programming language did not have this feature, how would the programmer be able to get the same functionality when using single and iterative control statements?
Calculate the rms value of the following complex waveform: V = 100. Sin (wt + 30) + 20. Sin (wt + 90) + 10. Sin (wt + 15) NB. Vrms = sqrt(Edc2 + E12/2 + E22/2 + E32/2 + etc)
Problem 1 : A lamp connected in parallel to the capacitor in an RC circuit. The capacitor charges/discharges resulting in a blinking lamp. To determine the flash frequency for the given circuit parameters. Problem 2 : For the given combination of resistances and batteries, to determine the current.
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1a. How should an ammeter be connected in an electronic circuit? b. Should an ammeter have low or high resistance? Why? 2a. How should a voltmeter be connected in an electronic circuit? b. Should an voltmeter have low or high resistance? Why?
Kirchoff circuit given resistors, solved for top of loop and bottom of loop, only need the current through each Resistor
Given the circuit below. R1 is 58 ohms, R2 is 517 ohms , R3 is 119 ohms , E1 is 9.5 V , E2 is 33.5 V. What is the current through each resistor?
Two 70 ohm resistors are connected in parallel. This parallel arrangement is connected in series with a 30 ohm resistor. The combination is then placed across a 130 V battery. What is the equivalent resistance of the parallel portion of the circuit? What single resistance could replace the three original resistors? What is t
(Please see the attachment for detailed problem) 1) In a circuit shown below it took capacitor 0.138 seconds to discharge from its maximum charge Qmax to half of that maximum charge once the battery was removed. a) How much time would it take that capacitor to discharge from its maximum charge to 1/16th of that maximu
For the circuit shown in the figure (please see attachment) both meters are idealized, the battery has no appreciable internal resistance, and the ammeter reads 1.85A. Determine E and voltage drop across 45 ohm resistor.
I am doing a lab with 1.5V battery as power source - I have three resistors in parallel and then in series- my question is why or how do I get multimeter DMM readings of 1.59 V or higher than 1.5V readings when I am only using a 1.5V battery- please explain in basic terms so I may understand Thanks
9.2-2 only please, in terms of iL. See attachment. 9.2-2 Find the differential equation for the circuit shown in figure P9.2-2 using the operator method.
9.2-1 only please. See attachment. Find the differential equation for the circuit shown in Figure P 9.2-1 using the direction method. Please represent the Differential equation of the circuit in terms of Vc.
Problem 8.3-4, the figure 8.3-4 diagram is attached separately. Please see attachments. The circuit shown in Figure P 8.3-4 is at a steady state before the switch closes at time t = 0. Determine the inductor current i(t) for t >0.
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I need some help with this question: a. Derive an expression for the phase shift of the circuit below b. Calculate the phase shift at a frequency of 30 KHZ given that: L = 12 mH R = 220 ohms C = 47 nF RL = 1.2 K*ohms c. What is the effect on output signal amplitude and phase of open circuiting the load? See attachme
See attached file for diagram. Calculate the equivalent capacitance of the circuit shown in the diagram above (image attached); where C1 = 6.75 mF, C2 = 3.20 uF, C3 = 6.35 uF, and C4 = 4.40 uF.
See attached file for full problem description. Pls answer only 12.5. You may assume that the op-amp in the above circuit is deal. (a) compute the transfer function H(s) = V2(s) / V1(s) (b) determine the poles and zeros of the transfer function (c) Make a sketch that indicates where the poles and zeros lie in the complex p
Refer to the following circuit: Assume that the switch has been open for a long time, and that it closes at time t=0 seconds. The switch remains closed thereafter. Solve for vx(t), and ix(t) as shown in the circuit diagram. See attached file for full problem description.
Problem 11.4 only. See attached file for full problem description. In the following circuit, you may assume that the op-amp is ideal. Find an expression for the output voltage v2(t).
Presents the principles of drug action, and biological mechanisms involved in addiction to commonly abused psychoactive drugs. 1. Discuss the mechanisms of psychoactive drug action. 2. Identify the health hazards of commonly abused psychoactive drugs. 3. Explain the weight gain following smoking cessation.
I am having trouble with #27, I need a mapped out way to get the answers to match the back of the book. Note: you need to use the RLC circuit in # 14 (the one in the right column) to obtain the answers in#27 27. Consider the series RLC circuit of problem 14. The voltage amplitude of the source is 150 V. (a) At what angu
Find two nodal equation from a given circuit. See attachment for full description.
4. Find the simplified circuit diagram: Line A enters a NOR Gate, exits, and enters a final NAND Gate. Likewise, Line B enters the same NOR Gate, exits, and enters the same final NAND Gate. A line connected to Line B drops vertically before entering an INVERTER, exits and enters an AND Gate, then exits and enters a final NAND Ga
Graphical representation about voltage, current and power is given for three unspecified circuit elements. To determine the nature of the circuit element and also its value (i.e. magnitude of R, L or C)
See attached file for full problem description. Please answer only question 1.4.
A typical 120-volt household circuit delivers 350 watts of power to an appliance, and another 10 watts of power are consumed by the circuit. There is no ground fault. a. How much current is carried by the hot wire? b. How much current is carried by the neutral? c. How much current is carried by the grounding conductor? d.
Calculate the currents in above circuit using Laplace transforms if: E(t) = 5H((t-2) when t greater than or equal to 0 and less than 5 The currents are initially 0 See attached file for full problem description.