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ECT 125 Week 1 Homework

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Homework Assignment Chapter 10 2.) Calculate the value ofvLdeveloped across a 4.7 H coil when the instantaneous rate of change in component current equals 1.5 A/s. 4.) Calculate the value ofvLdeveloped across a 470 µH coil when the instantaneous rate of change in component current equals 2 mA/µs. 6.) Calculate the value of the air-core inductor shown 8.) Calculate the value of the iron-core inductor shown 10.) The coils showhave a value ofk= 0. Calculate the total inductance in the circuit Chapter 12 2.) A capacitor is storing 100 μC of charge when the difference of potential across its plates is 40 V. Calculate the value of the component. 4.) Determine the charge that a 100 pF capacitor stores when the difference of potential across its plates is 25 V. 6.) Calculate the total capacitance in the series circuit shown 8.) Calculate the total capacitance in the series circuit shown 10.) Calculate the total capacitance in the parallel circuit shown Chapter 16 2.) Determine the time constant for the circuit shown 4.) Determine the time required for the current in the circuit shownto reach its peak value. 6.) An RL switching circuit has values of R= 33 Ω, L= 100 μH, andIpk= 75 mA. Determine the value of the circuit current (It) at the following times 8.) Determine the time required forVRto reach 18 V on the rise curve 10.) Determine the time constant for the circuit shown 12.) Determine the time required forVC in the circuit shownto reach its peak value 14.) An RC switching circuit has values of R= 120 Ω, C= 47 μF, and Vpk = 8 V. Determine the value of VC at the following times 16.) Refer to the following figure. Determine the time required forVCto reach 15 V on its rise curve

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Homework Assignment Chapter 10 2.) Calculate the value ofvLdeveloped across a 4.7 H coil when the instantaneous rate of change in component current equals 1.5 A/s. 4.) Calculate the value ofvLdeveloped across a 470 µH coil when the instantaneous rate of change in component current equals 2 mA/µs. 6.) Calculate the value of the air-core inductor shown 8.) Calculate the value of the iron-core inductor shown 10.) The coils showhave a value ofk= 0. Calculate the total inductance in the circuit Chapter 12 2.) A capacitor is storing 100 μC of charge when the difference of potential across its plates is 40 V. Calculate the value of the component. 4.) Determine the charge that a 100 pF capacitor stores when the difference of potential across its plates is 25 V. 6.) Calculate the total capacitance in the series circuit shown 8.) Calculate the total capacitance in the series circuit shown 10.) Calculate the total capacitance in the parallel circuit shown Chapter 16 2.) Determine the time constant for the circuit shown 4.) Determine the time required for the current in the circuit shownto reach its peak value. 6.) An RL switching circuit has values of R= 33 Ω, L= 100 μH, andIpk= 75 mA. Determine the value of the circuit current (It) at the following times 8.) Determine the time required forVRto reach 18 V on the rise curve 10.) Determine the time constant for the circuit shown 12.) Determine the time required forVC in the circuit shownto reach its peak value 14.) An RC switching circuit has values of R= 120 Ω, C= 47 μF, and Vpk = 8 V. Determine the value of VC at the following times 16.) Refer to the following figure. Determine the time required forVCto reach 15 V on its rise curve

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