## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Calculate the

resistance. 4. Using the constants of the preceding problem and a load

resistance of 1,000 ohms, calculate: the current through the load; the voltage

across it; and the ...

Calculate the

**applied**voltage for which there is no current through the loadresistance. 4. Using the constants of the preceding problem and a load

resistance of 1,000 ohms, calculate: the current through the load; the voltage

across it; and the ...

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An 80 per-cent-modulated voltage wave V = 5 cos 2wvit(l + 0.8 cos 2*rit) is

amplitudes of the constant term and the various harmonic components. 10. Using

the cubic ...

An 80 per-cent-modulated voltage wave V = 5 cos 2wvit(l + 0.8 cos 2*rit) is

**applied**to the nonlinear element of the preceding problem. Calculate theamplitudes of the constant term and the various harmonic components. 10. Using

the cubic ...

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There are two general techniques: (a) that in which sinusoidal potentials are

linear time axis is

the ...

There are two general techniques: (a) that in which sinusoidal potentials are

**applied**to both sets of deflecting plates, and (6) that in which a sawtooth wave orlinear time axis is

**applied**to one set and the potential to be analyzed**applied**tothe ...

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