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plz answer all Questionsclearly showing steps.

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Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Math Homework
Expert:  cjouelle replied 8 years ago.

Hi,

 

Could you clarify for me what the "passive sign convention" refers to? Also, I answered the first sets of your problems on limits. Let me know if you want the second set as well.

 

Best,

Carol

 

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Expert:  cjouelle replied 8 years ago.

Hi,

 

One other question: In problem (5), where are VA, V0, and V1?

 

Thanks,

Carol

 

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
you don't need to answer Q'5.
thanks
Expert:  cjouelle replied 8 years ago.

Hi,

 

Here are your solutions:

 

1) Instantaneous power : 12500 MW

 

Average Power: 1.3 W

 

2) i1 = -0.26 A

 

3)

a)) I = 3.68421 A

b)) P = -60 W

 

4)

a)) P1 = -3.6 W

P2 = 21.2 W

b)) P1 = -36.4 W

P2 = 78.4 W

c)) P1 = -36.4 W

P2 = -78.4 W

 

6) I1 = 6 A

I2 = 3 A

 

7) VCS = 270 V

P = 14.58 W

 

8) I0 = 11 A

I1 = 2 A

 

 

ps. I am a friend of Carol and writing the answers on her behalf because her internet is not working. She will submit the explanation tomorrow. Appreciate your patience.

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Expert:  cjouelle replied 8 years ago.

Hi,

 

Thank you for your patience yesterday. Here are the solutions above with explanations:

 

engineering problems

 

Please remember to click Accept!

 

Best,

Carol

 

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