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# PHY301 Circuit Theory Assignment No 03 Solution & Discussion Due Date:16-01-2013

Q.1:

Using the Source transformation method, find Vo in the network given below. Label and draw each step where it required. Write each step of the calculation to get maximum marks and also mention the units of each derived value.

Q.2:

Find IO in the network given below using Norton’s theorem.

Show each step of calculation otherwise you will lose your marks. Draw and label the circuit diagram of each step and also mention the units of each derived value.

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Our main purpose here discussion not just Solution

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All students must share points and also your problems.... so it can discussed and solution can prepare..

Dont wait for solution just participate in Discussions becoz after discussions a correct solution will prepare...

Is bar wali asiment frst tim easy lgi

per mushkl b hy

Abi koi b asiment ni kr ra jb gracday raha phr solv b ni hoti

Mj koi btaye ga k frst qustion mn dono voltags ko plus kr k solv krun ya ni?

yes they will be add up ..........

ok thx

Ab Question 2 ki smj ni aa ri us k second step mein KVL ko add krny sy Ix ki value kya leini hy?

na btao koi mj lgta hy Ix=2k hi hy.

What is source conversion or source transformation method?

source conversion or source transformation is a method of converting voltage source into a current source or current source into a voltage source using the ohm's law.

Voltage source to current source conversion:
a voltage source connected in series with a resistance across 2 terminals gives I = V/R. this value of I is current source value which will be connected across the same 2 terminals in parallel to the same resistance

Current source to voltage source conversion:
a current source connected in parallel to a resistance across 2 terminals will give V = IR, this V is the value of Voltage source that will be connected across the same 2 terminals in series with the same resistance..

Conditions:
For source transformation it is required that voltage source is in series with a resistance or a current source is connected in parallel to the resistance.

source conversion-->reversible change
source transformation-->permanent change
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LP

2nd ques ki kvl equations yahan post kr dy koi.. mjy samjh nhi a rhi..

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