The charge entering the positive terminal of an element is given by the expression mC. The power delivered to the […]

# Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis – 10th Edition

The charge entering the positive terminal of an element is mC. If the voltage across the element is V, determine […]

## The charge entering the positive terminal

The current that enters an element is shown. Find the charge that enters the element in the time interval 0 […]

## The current that enters an element is shown

Find and in the circuit. Solution: To find and , we will write Kirchhoff’s voltage law for two loops. (Forgot […]

## Find Vx and Vy in the circuit

Find and in the circuit. Solution: To find , we will write Kirchhoff’s voltage law around the loop aefa (Forgot […]

## Find Vae and Vef in the circuit

Find and in the circuit. Solution: To figure out , we will write Kirchhoff’s voltage law around the fbcdef loop (Forgot […]

## Find Vfb and Vec in the circuit

Find in the circuit. Solution: Between the nodes “a” and “d” the total voltage should be 0 in accordance with Kirchhoff’s […]

## Find Vad in the circuit

Find , , and in the network. Solution: We will write Kirchhoff’s current law for each of the nodes that […]

## Find Ix, Iy, and Iz in the network

Determine and in the circuit. Solution: We will write Kirchhoff’s current law for each of the nodes that we picked. […]

## Determine I0 and I1 in the circuit

Determine in the circuit. Solution: We can figure out by writing Kirchhoff’s current law (KCL) for the whole circuit loop. […]

## Determine IL in the circuit

Find in the network. Solution: We can figure out by writing Kirchhoff’s current law for the whole circuit loop. (Forgot […]

## Find Ix in the network

Find in the circuit. Solution: First, we will pick two nodes to write Kirchhoff’s current law around them (Forgot Kirchhoff’s […]