Hello guys,
I've been working on a basic electronics review for future interview opportunities. Its about 400 questions long so I'm working through them. I've gotten to the section that I believe uses superposition to determine some measurements. The 1st question ask for Vac. The answer is 4.17V, but how to come up with that value is where I'm stuck. Ive done superposition for every source and have values for each Resistor. However, how to calculate from point A to C, I'm not seeing. I attached the circuit for the problem. V(10) = 3.33mA, V(5) = 1.66mA, V(15) = 5mA. From there I calculated voltage for each resistor in each source. V(10) > point A = 3.33V, V(5) > point A = GND, V(15) >point A = 2.5V.
Thanks
I've been working on a basic electronics review for future interview opportunities. Its about 400 questions long so I'm working through them. I've gotten to the section that I believe uses superposition to determine some measurements. The 1st question ask for Vac. The answer is 4.17V, but how to come up with that value is where I'm stuck. Ive done superposition for every source and have values for each Resistor. However, how to calculate from point A to C, I'm not seeing. I attached the circuit for the problem. V(10) = 3.33mA, V(5) = 1.66mA, V(15) = 5mA. From there I calculated voltage for each resistor in each source. V(10) > point A = 3.33V, V(5) > point A = GND, V(15) >point A = 2.5V.
Thanks
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