3. For the electric circuit in Figure 3, a. Use source transformation to simplify the circuit marked by the dashed area and then use node voltage analysis to find the currents through resistor R. b. Without simplifying the circuit, use node voltage analysis to find the currents through resistors R2 and R3. c. Without simplifying the circuit, use mesh currents analysis to find the currents through resistors R2 and R3. 4. For the circuit in Figure 4: a. Find voltage vc across the 1.3kQ resistor using mesh-current methods b. Find voltage v across the 1.3kQ resistor using node-voltage methods

74 8 - 3. For the electric circuit in Figure 3, a. Use source transformation to simplify the circuit marked by the dashed area and then use node voltage analysis to find the currents through resistor R. b. Without simplifying the circuit, use node voltage analysis to find the currents through resistors R2 and R3. c. Without simplifying the circuit, use mesh currents analysis to find the currents through resistors R2 and R3. 4. For the circuit in Figure 4: a. Find voltage vc across the 1.3kQ resistor using mesh-current methods b. Find voltage v across the 1.3kQ resistor using node-voltage methods

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images - 3. For the electric circuit in Figure 3, a. Use source transformation to simplify the circuit marked by the dashed area and then use node voltage analysis to find the currents through resistor R. b. Without simplifying the circuit, use node voltage analysis to find the currents through resistors R2 and R3. c. Without simplifying the circuit, use mesh currents analysis to find the currents through resistors R2 and R3. 4. For the circuit in Figure 4: a. Find voltage vc across the 1.3kQ resistor using mesh-current methods b. Find voltage v across the 1.3kQ resistor using node-voltage methods

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