See attached figure for problem statement.
I wasn't sure how to use superposition to obtain Vo in this circuit, so I skipped that part of the question and figured I'd give it a shot using Nodal Analysis. (See other figure attached for my attempt)
I assigned a ground node at the bottom, and I labeled all my other nodes. From here I assigned currents in all branches(I defined 5 currents from io to i4) and applied KCL to nodes A and B.
From there I'm using Ohm's Law to replace the currents (io to i4) with voltages and resistances.
How does everything look so far? I'm kinda confused how I'm going to find Vo from this considering its not in my equation.
Vo should be the voltage across the branch with V3 and 2R connected in series, but how do I define it in solely terms of input voltages (V1, V2, V3)?
Should I use nodal analysis to development my equations and solve for R in terms of V1, V2 and V3?
If so then I could write KVL on the rightmost loop of the my circuit (the open circuit loop) and with this define Vo in terms of V1, V2, V3 right?
Any ideas on what route I should take? Are there any problems with my KCL equations or Ohm's Law equations?
Any tips/suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated!
I wasn't sure how to use superposition to obtain Vo in this circuit, so I skipped that part of the question and figured I'd give it a shot using Nodal Analysis. (See other figure attached for my attempt)
I assigned a ground node at the bottom, and I labeled all my other nodes. From here I assigned currents in all branches(I defined 5 currents from io to i4) and applied KCL to nodes A and B.
From there I'm using Ohm's Law to replace the currents (io to i4) with voltages and resistances.
How does everything look so far? I'm kinda confused how I'm going to find Vo from this considering its not in my equation.
Vo should be the voltage across the branch with V3 and 2R connected in series, but how do I define it in solely terms of input voltages (V1, V2, V3)?
Should I use nodal analysis to development my equations and solve for R in terms of V1, V2 and V3?
If so then I could write KVL on the rightmost loop of the my circuit (the open circuit loop) and with this define Vo in terms of V1, V2, V3 right?
Any ideas on what route I should take? Are there any problems with my KCL equations or Ohm's Law equations?
Any tips/suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated!
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