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Thevenin’s Theorem
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1)Five volts is applied to ten 2 ohm resistors connected in series. The resulting current is 
  

2)Ten volts is applied to two 10 ohm resistors in series. The resulting voltage across one resistor is 
  

3)Six volts is applied to a 2 ohm resistor in series with two 2 ohm resistors connected in parallel. The current through one of the parallel resistor is 
  

4)Calculate the voltage V at the terminal of 3 ohm resistor at 3 A current source . 
  

5)10 volt is applied to three resistors 5, 10 and 20 ohm, in series. What will be the voltage across the resistor 10 ohm ? 
  


  


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