1.7 A two-resistor voltage divider employing a 2-k and a 3-k resistor is connected to a 5-V ground-referenced power supply to provide a 2-V voltage. Sketch the circuit. Assuming exact-valued resistors, what output voltage (measured to ground) and equivalent output resistance result? If the resistors used are not ideal but have a ±5% manufacturing tolerance, what are the extreme output voltages and resistances that can result

7 14 - 1.7 A two-resistor voltage divider employing a 2-k and a 3-k resistor is connected to a 5-V ground-referenced power supply to provide a 2-V voltage. Sketch the circuit. Assuming exact-valued resistors, what output voltage (measured to ground) and equivalent output resistance result? If the resistors used are not ideal but have a ±5% manufacturing tolerance, what are the extreme output voltages and resistances that can result

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images - 1.7 A two-resistor voltage divider employing a 2-k and a 3-k resistor is connected to a 5-V ground-referenced power supply to provide a 2-V voltage. Sketch the circuit. Assuming exact-valued resistors, what output voltage (measured to ground) and equivalent output resistance result? If the resistors used are not ideal but have a ±5% manufacturing tolerance, what are the extreme output voltages and resistances that can result

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