Circuit Analysis Chapter 2/ E2.23-Irwin

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Özbey

Joined Dec 7, 2018
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I could not find how to show an approach to solve. Yes, I found several answer on Chegg or Coursehero, however, it is not descriptive in full.511987-2-23E-i1.pngAnswer V0=-60V V1=15V
 

MrAl

Joined Jun 17, 2014
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Thank you so much. I solved it thanks to you.
Why does it say "V1=15v" near the bottom of the first post?
That does not seem to work out if the only source is the 20ma current source.
V0=60v does work out ok.
(See attachment where circuit complexity is reduced to make the solution more apparent)

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I could not find how to show an approach to solve. Yes, I found several answer on Chegg or Coursehero, however, it is not descriptive in full.View attachment 237528Answer V0=-60V V1=15V
 
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