Hi all,
I have come across a question about Nortons theory. I understand how to get INorton and RNorton and also the R3Load(whihc is given). However I have been asked to find the power dissipated through R2(On original circuit) by using Norotns Theorom.
I have attached a diagram of the Nortons Equivelant Circuit and Also the Original Circuit. What I want to know is how to calculate Power Dissipated through R2(Not the load resistor).
I know I can work this out by using Kirchoffs theory or Mcmillans, however my teacher has said to me it needs to be worked out using Nortons theory.
I need to know how I obtain the voltage through R2 and also the 320Ma that go's through the resistor.
Any help will be appreciated.
I have come across a question about Nortons theory. I understand how to get INorton and RNorton and also the R3Load(whihc is given). However I have been asked to find the power dissipated through R2(On original circuit) by using Norotns Theorom.
I have attached a diagram of the Nortons Equivelant Circuit and Also the Original Circuit. What I want to know is how to calculate Power Dissipated through R2(Not the load resistor).
I know I can work this out by using Kirchoffs theory or Mcmillans, however my teacher has said to me it needs to be worked out using Nortons theory.
I need to know how I obtain the voltage through R2 and also the 320Ma that go's through the resistor.
Any help will be appreciated.
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