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# PHY301 Assignment no 2 solution fall 2016

### PHY301 Assignment no 2 fall 2016

Here is the Complete PHY301 Assignment No 1 Solution and Discussion. PHY301 Assignment Due Date is : December 09, 2016.

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### PHY301 Assignment no 2

Semester Fall 2016
Circuit Theory - Phy301
Assignment Marks: 20
Assignment Due Date: December 09, 2016

### PHY301 Assignment Important instructions:

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### PHY301 Assignment Question no 1:

Use Nodal analysis to find I1 in the network given below. Identify and label each node otherwise you will lose your marks. Mention the units of each derived value.

### PHY301 Assignment Question no 2:

Use Mesh analysis to find IO in the network given below. Identify and label each mesh otherwise you will lose your marks. Write each step of the calculation to get maximum marks and also mention the units of each derived value.

#### PHY301 Assignment no 2 solution

Here is the Solutions of PHY301 Assignment no 2 :

#### PHY301 Assignment Question No. 1 Solution:

Solution:

V2-V1=6
V2=6+V1

V1-10/4 + V1/2 + Ix = 0

V1-10+2V1+4Ix

3V1+4Ix=10----------------------------------------------------(1)

V2/10-5-Ix=0

V2-50-10Ix=0

V2-10Ix=50-----------------------------------------------------(2)

15V1+20Ix=50

2V2-20Ix=100

2V2+15V1=150

2(6+V1)+15V2=150

12+2V1+15V1=150

17V1=138

V1=8.12v

I=V/R

I=8.12/2 I=4.06A