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***** DC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS *****
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Current
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V
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Voltage
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R
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Total resistance
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R1
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R2
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> resistors
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R6
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Notes:
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1. The intermediate resistances
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Ra,...,Re were deleted from the
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Variable Sheet.
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2. Equations for the components'
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voltage drops and current flows
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may be added to the Rule Sheet.
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R * I = V " ---------o-----------o--------------
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1/Ra = 1/R1 + 1/R2 " | | | |
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Rb = R3 + R4 " > > > >
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1/Rc = 1/R6 + 1/R7 " < R1 < R2 < R5 < R3
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Rd = R5 + Rc " > > > >
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1/Re = 1/Rb + 1/Rd " | | | |
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R = Ra + Re " | | ----o---- |
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" ----o---- | | |
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" **** DC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS **** | > > >
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" /+\ < R6 < R7 < R4
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" In TK Solver Plus you can define \-/ V > > >
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" Rule Functions ser and par to | | | |
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" calculate serial and parallel -----------o---------o---------
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" connections of resistors. The
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" last 6 rules above may then be replaced by a single rule:
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" R = ser(par(R1,R2),par(ser(R5,par(R6,R7)),ser(R3,R4)))
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