Do the polarities of the sources in Figure I matter as to the resulting mesh currents? Will the magnitudes of the currents be the same if one or both sources have an inverted polarity? 2. 14o the polarities of the sources in Figure 1 matter as to the resulting node voltages? Will the magnitudes of the voltages be the same if one or both sources have an inverted polarity? 3 In both circuits of this exercise the negative terminals of the sources are connected to ground. Is this a requirement for mesh analysis? What would happen to the mesh currents if the positions of V1 and R4 in Figure 1 were swapped? 4 In both circuits of this exercise the negative terminals of the sources are connected to pound Is this a requirement foe nodal analysis? What would happen to the node voltages if the positions of V, and RI in Figure 1 were swapped? 5. For the circuits in Figures I and 2 compare the number of mesh currents used in mesh analysis and the number of node voltages used in nodal analysis Which method do you prefer for each circuit? Explain why.

36 8 - Do the polarities of the sources in Figure I matter as to the resulting mesh currents? Will the magnitudes of the currents be the same if one or both sources have an inverted polarity? 2. 14o the polarities of the sources in Figure 1 matter as to the resulting node voltages? Will the magnitudes of the voltages be the same if one or both sources have an inverted polarity? 3 In both circuits of this exercise the negative terminals of the sources are connected to ground. Is this a requirement for mesh analysis? What would happen to the mesh currents if the positions of V1 and R4 in Figure 1 were swapped? 4 In both circuits of this exercise the negative terminals of the sources are connected to pound Is this a requirement foe nodal analysis? What would happen to the node voltages if the positions of V, and RI in Figure 1 were swapped? 5. For the circuits in Figures I and 2 compare the number of mesh currents used in mesh analysis and the number of node voltages used in nodal analysis Which method do you prefer for each circuit? Explain why.

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images - Do the polarities of the sources in Figure I matter as to the resulting mesh currents? Will the magnitudes of the currents be the same if one or both sources have an inverted polarity? 2. 14o the polarities of the sources in Figure 1 matter as to the resulting node voltages? Will the magnitudes of the voltages be the same if one or both sources have an inverted polarity? 3 In both circuits of this exercise the negative terminals of the sources are connected to ground. Is this a requirement for mesh analysis? What would happen to the mesh currents if the positions of V1 and R4 in Figure 1 were swapped? 4 In both circuits of this exercise the negative terminals of the sources are connected to pound Is this a requirement foe nodal analysis? What would happen to the node voltages if the positions of V, and RI in Figure 1 were swapped? 5. For the circuits in Figures I and 2 compare the number of mesh currents used in mesh analysis and the number of node voltages used in nodal analysis Which method do you prefer for each circuit? Explain why.

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