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• the equivalent voltage source and the equivalent series resistance
• the equivalent voltage source and the equivalent parallel resistance
• the equivalent voltage source and the equivalent series impedance
• the equivalent voltage source and the equivalent parallel resistance
• The short circuit current
• The current through the load
• The open-current from the source
• None of the above
• The current through the load
• The open-current from the source
• The short circuit current
• None of the above
• Equal to the source voltage
• The same as the load voltage
• The open circuit voltage
• None of the above
• capacitive reactance equal to circuit resistance
• impedance that is the complex conjugate of the source impedance
• capacitive as it is inductive
• None of the above
• an equivalent voltage source in series with an equivalent impedance
• an equivalent current source in parallel with an equivalent impedance
• an equivalent current source in series with an equivalent impedance
• an equivalent voltage source in parallel with an equivalent impedance
• Thevenin's, Norton's
• Newton's and Norton's theorems
• Thevenin's and Ohm's theorems
• None of the above
• the sources are considered one at a time with all others replaced by their internal impedance
• all sources are considered simultaneously
• the sources are considered one at a time with all others replaced by their internal resistance
• all sources are considered independently
• Transform the circuit to the phasor or frequency domain.
• Solve the problem using method analysis or theorem circuit techniques.
• Transform the resulting phasor to the time domain.
• None of the above
• open circuit voltage
• closed circuit voltage
• open circuit current
• None of the above
• the open-circuit current between two specified terminals in a given circuit.
• the short-circuit current between two specified terminals in a given circuit
• total current between two specified terminals in a given circuit.
• None of the above
• 50fΩ-j50 Ω
• 100Ω+j50 Ω
• 100 Ω -j50
• 50 Ω -j100 Ω