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ECET110 full course (all weeks homework assignments and I LABS ) Latest 2016

Mike Brown

ECET110 full course (all weeks homework assignments and I LABS ) Latest 2016

 

 

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ECET110 full course (all weeks homework assignments and I LABS ) Latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 1 Homework

 

Chapter 3 Problem 44:

 

44.   Why do you never apply an ohmmeter to a live network?

 

 

Chapter 4:

 

1.     What is the voltage across a 220Ω resistor if the current through it is 5.6 mA?

 

2.     What is the current through a 6.8Ω resistor if the voltage drop across it is 24 V?

 

 

24.   What is the power delivered by a 6 V battery if the current drain is 750 mA?

 

25.   The current through a 4 kΩ resistor is 7.2 mA. What is the power delivered to the resistor?

 

 

Chapter 5:

 

1.     For each configuration, find the individual elements that are in a series.

 

2.     Find the total resistance for each configuration. Series=R1+R2+R3+… Parallel=1/(1/R1+1/R2+..)

 

8.For the series configuration constructed of standard values:

 

9.     For the series configuration constructed using standard value resistors:

 

 

13.   For the circuit constructed of standard value resistors:

 

 

14.   Find the unknown quantities for the circuit using the information provided.

 

 

21.   Using Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law, find the unknown voltages for the circuits.

 

1.     +10 V + 4 V – 12 V – = 0

= 14 V – 12 V = 2 V

1.     +30 V + 20 V – 8 V – = 0

= 50 V – 8 V = 42 V

1.     6 V – 22 V – V1 + 36 V = 0

= 36 V – 28 V = 8 V

.

 

 

22.   (a) Find the current for the network.

 

(b) Find the voltage for V2.

 

 

(c) Find the voltage V1 using KVL.

 

 

27.   Using the voltage divider rule, find the indicated voltages. Vi=Vt (Ri)/(R1+R2+R3+…)

 

 

 

28.   Using the voltage divider rule or KVL, determine the unknown voltages for the configurations.

 

ECET 110 Week 1 ILAB  Analysis of a Series Circuit Using Simulation and Actual Construction – – Latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 2 Homework – latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 2 ILAB – Analysis of a DC Parallel Circuit Using Simulation and Actual Construction – Latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 3 Homework – Latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 3 ILAB Analysis of a DC Series-Parallel Circuit – Latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 4 Homework – Chapter 8: Problems 1, 4, 8, 12, and 32. – Latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 4 ILAB – Network Circuit Analysis – Latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 5 Homework –  Chapter 9: Problems 1, 2a, 2b, 2c, 8, and 30 – Latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 5 ILAB – Superposition Theorem – Latest 2016

 

DeVry ACCT Week 6 Homework – Chapter 10: Problems 20, 26, 34, and 48. -Latest 2016

DeVry ECET 110 ILAB 6 – Transient Analysis of a Resistor-Capacitor (RC) Circuit – Latest 2016

 

DeVry ECET 110 Week 7 Homework – Chapter 11: Problems 12, 14, 29, and 36  – Latest 2016

 

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