1.9 Two resistors, with nominal values of 4.7 k and 10 k, are used in a voltage divider with a +15-V supply to create a nominal +5-V output. Assuming the resistor values to be exact, what is the actual output voltage produced? Which resistor must be shunted (paralleled) by what third resistor to create a voltage-divider output of 5.00 V? If an output resistance of exactly 3.33 k is also required, what do you suggest?

9 11 - 1.9 Two resistors, with nominal values of 4.7 k and 10 k, are used in a voltage divider with a +15-V supply to create a nominal +5-V output. Assuming the resistor values to be exact, what is the actual output voltage produced? Which resistor must be shunted (paralleled) by what third resistor to create a voltage-divider output of 5.00 V? If an output resistance of exactly 3.33 k is also required, what do you suggest?

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images - 1.9 Two resistors, with nominal values of 4.7 k and 10 k, are used in a voltage divider with a +15-V supply to create a nominal +5-V output. Assuming the resistor values to be exact, what is the actual output voltage produced? Which resistor must be shunted (paralleled) by what third resistor to create a voltage-divider output of 5.00 V? If an output resistance of exactly 3.33 k is also required, what do you suggest?

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