Determine the value of the output voltage due to the

1. The linear circuit shown above consists of dependent sources and resistors only.

If the value of the voltage source Vs is changed to one-fourth of its original value, what happens to the power dissipated in Re

A) PL is one-sixteenth its oricrinal value.

B) PL is one-eighth its original value.

C) PL is unchanged.

D) PL is eight times its original value.

E) PL is sixteen times its original value.

2. Using superposition, determine the value of the output voltage due to the voltage source only (V01) and due to the current source only (V02).

A) V01 = 3 V and V02 = 0.67 V

B) V01 = 1 V and V02 = 0.67 V

C) V01 = Nr and V02= 1 V

D) V01= 2 V and V02= 1.33 V

C) E) Vol =-- 1 V and Val 1.33 V

Using Thevenin's theorem, find the open-circuit voltage, VTh, between terminals A and B.

A VTh = -3 V

B VTh = 9 V

C) VTh = -12 V

D) VTh = -12 V

E) VTh = -15 V

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