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```ELETRICAL CIRCUITS
ASSIGNMENT-1
(COMMON TO EEE&ECE)
1.(a).State and explain Kirchhoffâ€™s law.
(b) For the circuit shown below, calculate the total current, individual currents in
each branch . Also, calculate the total power consumed.
2.(a).Describe independent and dependent sources with corresponding diagrams?
(b).
3.(a) Derive the transformation from delta network to the star network?
(b)Determine all nodal voltages by using nodal analysis for the circuit shown in fig 3?
4.(a)Define R,L,C parameters and give the expressions for current and voltages?
(b)Detremine the value of current flowing through 1 ohm resistor by using nodal analysis for the circuit shown in
fig4?
5
(a).Explain the classification of elements and give example for each classification?
(b). Using mesh analysis, determine the voltage V which gives a voltage of 50V
across 10 ohm resistor shown in figure ?.
```
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