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By J. David Irwin

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ISBN-13: 9780471431169

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Note carefully the relationship between the polarity of the voltage and the direction of the current. In addition, note that we have tacitly assumed that the resistor has a constant value and therefore that the voltage-current characteristic is linear. The symbol D is used to represent ohms, and therefore, + = 1D sn v(t) (a) + sn v(t) 2A 1 V/ A Although in our analysis we will always assume that the resistors are linear and are thus described by a straight-line characteristic that passes through the origin, it is important that readers realize that some very useful and practical elements do exist that exhibit a nonlinear resistance characteristic; that is, the voltage-current relationship is not a straight line.

60 kD in parallel with the series combination of 40 kD and 80 kD as shown in Fig. 23c. 3mA 0 Note that the larger current flows through the smaller resistor, and vice versa. In addition, note that if the resistances of the two paths are equal, the current will divide equally between them. 9 mA . 22 Circuit used in Example 2. 14. 15 A typical car stereo consists of a 2-W audio amplifier and two speakers represented by the diagram shown in Fig. 23a. The output circuit of the audio amplifier is in essence a 430-mA current source and the speakers each have a resistance of 4 n.

29. At this point it is perhaps helpful to point out again that when analyzing circuits with dependent sources , we first treat the dependent source as though it were an independent source when we write a Kirchhoff's current or voltage law equation . Once the equation is written, we then write the controlling equation that specifies the relationship of the dependent source to the unknown variable. 24 treats the dependent source like an independent source. The second equation in the example specifies the relationship of the dependent source to the voltage, which is the unknown in the first equation.

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