1.Set up the node equations for the circuit, and solve for V2 and V3, using nominal values of resistances and nominal values of the voltage sources. Show all your calculations. 2.Set up the node equations for the circuit, and solve for V2 and V3, using measured values of resistances and measured values of the voltage sources. Show all your calculations. R1=1500 R2= 1100 R3= 3300 R4= 4700 R5=1800 v1= 6.07V V2=3.03V V3=8.74V V4=11.99V

media%2Fc7d%2Fc7da7381 6b28 480a b217 617e2092b88c%2Fphpew0Nv3 - 1.Set up the node equations for the circuit, and solve for V2 and V3, using nominal values of resistances and nominal values of the voltage sources. Show all your calculations. 2.Set up the node equations for the circuit, and solve for V2 and V3, using measured values of resistances and measured values of the voltage sources. Show all your calculations. R1=1500 R2= 1100 R3= 3300 R4= 4700 R5=1800 v1= 6.07V V2=3.03V V3=8.74V V4=11.99V

1.Set up the node equations for the circuit, and solve for V2 and V3, using nominal values of resistances and nominal values of the voltage sources. Show all your calculations.

2.Set up the node equations for the circuit, and solve for V2 and V3, using measured values of resistances and measured values of the voltage sources. Show all your calculations.

R1=1500

R2= 1100

R3= 3300

R4= 4700

R5=1800

v1= 6.07V

V2=3.03V

V3=8.74V

V4=11.99V

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images - 1.Set up the node equations for the circuit, and solve for V2 and V3, using nominal values of resistances and nominal values of the voltage sources. Show all your calculations. 2.Set up the node equations for the circuit, and solve for V2 and V3, using measured values of resistances and measured values of the voltage sources. Show all your calculations. R1=1500 R2= 1100 R3= 3300 R4= 4700 R5=1800 v1= 6.07V V2=3.03V V3=8.74V V4=11.99V

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