Norton and Thevenin

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by racerx, Feb 19, 2005.

  1. racerx

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    Jan 8, 2005
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    Hi,

    Just sat here with my assignment, virtually completed and have now come across a problem.

    In this assignment we have to present the answer to an accuracy that is consistent with the original data we have been given. I think the lecturer has lost his mind, as he says that we don't have to calculate worst case results but I can't see a way of presenting the answer with a tolerance if you don't calculate worst case values!

    I've included an attachment which is a very small part of the assignment.
    You can see in the attachment I've sorta made an attempt but I was unsure whether the tolerances I had been given should be applied to the polar or rectangular version of currents, voltages and impedances.

    Here are the tolerances given

    +- 10mV
    +- 100mΩ

    I really hope someone can help, this is driving me nuts

    Thanks

    Matt :unsure:
     
  2. surbhi

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    Mar 26, 2008
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    no attachment is here
     
  3. Dave

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    Nov 17, 2003
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    This thread is over 3 years old.

    Dave
     
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