Consider the following circuit. A. Assume you want to use Nodal Analysis Method to solve the circuit. How many and what are the variables you have to assign? Draw the circuit and identify and assign numbers to the nodes and/or meshes, and the variables to be assigned, in your figure. How many equations do you have to write? Which one of the Kirchhoff’s laws you will be using? You don’t need to write the equations, just state what equations you would use if you were to solve the circuit. B. Repeat part A for Loop Analysis Method. C. Solve the circuit and find I0 using any method you like. Clearly mark and/or identify, as needed, the nodes, the loops, the variables you assign, the constraint equations (if any), the super nodes and/or super meshes (if any), and the nodes for the KCL and the loops for the KVL equations you need to write (if any).

18 9 - Consider the following circuit. A. Assume you want to use Nodal Analysis Method to solve the circuit. How many and what are the variables you have to assign? Draw the circuit and identify and assign numbers to the nodes and/or meshes, and the variables to be assigned, in your figure. How many equations do you have to write? Which one of the Kirchhoff's laws you will be using? You don't need to write the equations, just state what equations you would use if you were to solve the circuit. B. Repeat part A for Loop Analysis Method. C. Solve the circuit and find I0 using any method you like. Clearly mark and/or identify, as needed, the nodes, the loops, the variables you assign, the constraint equations (if any), the super nodes and/or super meshes (if any), and the nodes for the KCL and the loops for the KVL equations you need to write (if any).

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images - Consider the following circuit. A. Assume you want to use Nodal Analysis Method to solve the circuit. How many and what are the variables you have to assign? Draw the circuit and identify and assign numbers to the nodes and/or meshes, and the variables to be assigned, in your figure. How many equations do you have to write? Which one of the Kirchhoff's laws you will be using? You don't need to write the equations, just state what equations you would use if you were to solve the circuit. B. Repeat part A for Loop Analysis Method. C. Solve the circuit and find I0 using any method you like. Clearly mark and/or identify, as needed, the nodes, the loops, the variables you assign, the constraint equations (if any), the super nodes and/or super meshes (if any), and the nodes for the KCL and the loops for the KVL equations you need to write (if any).

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