Master's degree? I thought Kirchhoff's laws were 1st year bachelor's degree.I need help for my master degree.
Might be a module in another subject.Master's degree? I thought Kirchhoff's laws were 1st year bachelor's degree.
You shouldn't need it. This is something taught at the undergraduate level.I need help for my master degree.
Is a guide to arrive to the master and i am solvingYou shouldn't need it. This is something taught at the undergraduate level.
Like a foundation course?Is a guide to arrive to the master and i am solving
I have a feeling he was kidding and picked a random whole number but i havent solved this network yet.Show your attempts at solving this. Start by applying KCL and/or KVL at each node. You do know what KCL/KVL means?
@ApacheKid - thats not helpful!
I never touch mesh, and this is just a simple 2-node circuit as shown in the attached view. But imagine my surprise when one of the node voltages was shown to be 42! (actually 41.777777). But I was too tired to verify the answer.I will try to do with mesh
Thank you do much for your help. With this I Will fight to solve itI never touch mesh, and this is just a simple 2-node circuit as shown in the attached view. But imagine my surprise when one of the node voltages was shown to be 42! (actually 41.777777). But I was too tired to verify the answer.
I could verify it later sometime but you seem to have done a good enough job.I never touch mesh, and this is just a simple 2-node circuit as shown in the attached view. But imagine my surprise when one of the node voltages was shown to be 42! (actually 41.777777). But I was too tired to verify the answer.
What techniques have you been taught / researched to solve these sort of problemsThank you do much for your help. With this I Will fight to solve it
Now that you're rested up, have you verified your answer? This problem is the sort that can lead to sign confusion.I never touch mesh, and this is just a simple 2-node circuit as shown in the attached view. But imagine my surprise when one of the node voltages was shown to be 42! (actually 41.777777). But I was too tired to verify the answer.
I think it was the sign confusion that induced my exhaustion. It seemed this problem was deliberately designed to lead one into making a polarity error (and it may have accomplished its purpose in my case.)Now that you're rested up, have you verified your answer? This problem is the sort that can lead to sign confusion.
Are you saying that you made a polarity error, that there is not a node voltage near 42 volts?I think it was the sign confusion that induced my exhaustion. It seemed this problem was deliberately designed to lead one into making a polarity error (and it may have accomplished its purpose in my case.)
No.Are you saying that you made a polarity error, that there is not a node voltage near 42 volts?
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