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hi,Is that a dependent voltage source? Do you know how to handle dependent voltage sources?
yes,that is a voltage source.
no,i don't know
which circuit program can I solve this question ,do you know?Hi,
Ok then i assume that you know that ie=(v3-v1)/5 and that is part of the nodal analysis.
So just replace the "4ie" source with a constant source say V4, do the analysis equations, then replace that V4 with 4*ie and try to solve the set of equations then.
I want to do bothHi,
You mean you want to do a simulation or calculate the results yourself using nodal?
I think you should do both really.
There is a free simulator LT Spice you can download. Do a search it will show up quick.
The first thing to do is patch up the sloppiness of the person that came up with the problem.I cannot solve this node analysis question. I think the circuit needs to be solved by redrawing it but I can't figure out how I can solve that method and how can I learn if I have a method like that. Sorry for english.This is google translation. Question:Find node voltages View attachment 198585
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