Hello!
So, this is a question I received for my Homework & I decided to tackle it using Superposition Theorem.
1)
Firstly they have asked to find out Voltage at B with respect to GND.
In this case, 1st I ignore V2
Considering V1, I calculate the Voltage @ B wrt GND which turns out to be I*(R1+R2)
To Calculate I: I take V1/(R1+R2+R3+R4)
I then repeat the above step ignoring V1.
Finally Vb wrt GND= V1st stepV2nd step.
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF THIS IS CORRECT
2)
Secondly they ask me to find out Voltage between A&B
I ignore V2.
Considering V1:
I used Voltage divider rule to get Vab= V1*(R2/R).
I then ignore V1 and repeat the step.
Finally Vab=V1st stepV2nd step.
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF THIS IS CORRECT.
Thank you
So, this is a question I received for my Homework & I decided to tackle it using Superposition Theorem.
1)
Firstly they have asked to find out Voltage at B with respect to GND.
In this case, 1st I ignore V2
Considering V1, I calculate the Voltage @ B wrt GND which turns out to be I*(R1+R2)
To Calculate I: I take V1/(R1+R2+R3+R4)
I then repeat the above step ignoring V1.
Finally Vb wrt GND= V1st stepV2nd step.
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF THIS IS CORRECT
2)
Secondly they ask me to find out Voltage between A&B
I ignore V2.
Considering V1:
I used Voltage divider rule to get Vab= V1*(R2/R).
I then ignore V1 and repeat the step.
Finally Vab=V1st stepV2nd step.
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF THIS IS CORRECT.
Thank you
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