Hello!

I've got exercise in which I need to determine values of gain k and frequencies f, which are shown on the plot. For the simple graph I know when to replace capacitor with short, open or not to replace. However, I don't know how to replace those for more difficult graphs.

In the case of graph decreasing for higher frequencies, I replace capacitors in such a manner:

what I want to calculate - first capacitor - second capacitor

k1 - open - open

f1 - capacitor - open

k2 - short - open

f2 - short - capacitor

k3 - short - short

What to do in the case of other graphs?

Main question and graphs: http://images47.fotosik.pl/306/5c69f37386f470a1.jpg

One task: http://images45.fotosik.pl/307/c8861b8792e3045f.jpg

The other task: http://images43.fotosik.pl/306/f6d4fefe35ca3115.jpg

Regards!

I've got exercise in which I need to determine values of gain k and frequencies f, which are shown on the plot. For the simple graph I know when to replace capacitor with short, open or not to replace. However, I don't know how to replace those for more difficult graphs.

In the case of graph decreasing for higher frequencies, I replace capacitors in such a manner:

what I want to calculate - first capacitor - second capacitor

k1 - open - open

f1 - capacitor - open

k2 - short - open

f2 - short - capacitor

k3 - short - short

What to do in the case of other graphs?

Main question and graphs: http://images47.fotosik.pl/306/5c69f37386f470a1.jpg

One task: http://images45.fotosik.pl/307/c8861b8792e3045f.jpg

The other task: http://images43.fotosik.pl/306/f6d4fefe35ca3115.jpg

Regards!

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