I really stuck on this one here is what I am suppose to do to the first attached document
1.Determine V1 and V2 mathematically using the equations below.
2.Construct the Figure 15 below using Multisim
3.Connect voltmeters to V1 and V2 and simulate the circuit, what are your readings
4.Print and send in your Multisim circuit along with your solution to question 1 and 3.
5.Adjust R10 until V1 = V2, what is percentage of R10?
6. Verify you results in step 5 mathematically
Then I did it on the the software ( multisim) when I did the the problems I could up with V1=3.125 V and V2= 3.77 V but I can not seem to adjust the potentiometer to get the V2 of 3.77 V. The only way I got it to make 3.125 V was to make R10 0%.
I think I am overlooking something very simple I just can't see what it is on the page. thanks for any help in advance..
1.Determine V1 and V2 mathematically using the equations below.
2.Construct the Figure 15 below using Multisim
3.Connect voltmeters to V1 and V2 and simulate the circuit, what are your readings
4.Print and send in your Multisim circuit along with your solution to question 1 and 3.
5.Adjust R10 until V1 = V2, what is percentage of R10?
6. Verify you results in step 5 mathematically
Then I did it on the the software ( multisim) when I did the the problems I could up with V1=3.125 V and V2= 3.77 V but I can not seem to adjust the potentiometer to get the V2 of 3.77 V. The only way I got it to make 3.125 V was to make R10 0%.
I think I am overlooking something very simple I just can't see what it is on the page. thanks for any help in advance..
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