Hello !

I've got a question.

I know it is stupid but I'm asking it theoretically.

For example can I calculate from this circuit : AC = 5V (peak), DC = 1V, R1 = R2 = 1k

Can I calculate Thevenin source DC and Thevenin source AC, Rw and Zw and connect them together to calculate voltage on R2 ?

Like here ? Because if I had R2 not as linear resistor but as nonlinear resistor then my teacher said I can't connect Thevenin DC and AC like below, so I thought if I can do it for linear components.

EDIT:

I'm asking this question because I tried to do it for Non linear resistance and my teacher said I can't connect Thevenin source AC and DC.

So I don't know how it works. Can I connect them this way? (I know this doesn't make sense and I can do it differently, but I want to know).

This way I mean calculating Thevenin source DC and Thevenin source AC and connect them in one circuit ? I've heard that I can do it and I've heard that I can't do it. But I don't know what is the truth.

I've got a question.

I know it is stupid but I'm asking it theoretically.

For example can I calculate from this circuit : AC = 5V (peak), DC = 1V, R1 = R2 = 1k

Can I calculate Thevenin source DC and Thevenin source AC, Rw and Zw and connect them together to calculate voltage on R2 ?

Like here ? Because if I had R2 not as linear resistor but as nonlinear resistor then my teacher said I can't connect Thevenin DC and AC like below, so I thought if I can do it for linear components.

EDIT:

I'm asking this question because I tried to do it for Non linear resistance and my teacher said I can't connect Thevenin source AC and DC.

So I don't know how it works. Can I connect them this way? (I know this doesn't make sense and I can do it differently, but I want to know).

This way I mean calculating Thevenin source DC and Thevenin source AC and connect them in one circuit ? I've heard that I can do it and I've heard that I can't do it. But I don't know what is the truth.

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