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Q3. Thevenins theorem says that the output of any circuit consisting of resistors and ideal voltage sources can be modeled as a voltage source in series with a resistance. Suppose the Thevenin equivalent of a circuit consists of a 12-V source in series with a 6-2 resistance. Re Circuit Thevenin equivalent Example with a load a) What is the output voltage with an infinite load so no current flows (called the (b) What is the output current when the terminals are shorted together (called the (c) Write an equation for the output current I as a function of the output voltage Vout (d) Using the equation found in (c), determine the location (I,V) on the graph at open-circuit voltage, Voc)? short-circuit current, Isc)? Draw a graph of I vs Vout (as the load changes) which the maximum power will be delivered to the load. This is called the maximum power point (MPP). Show that point on your graph from part (c). (e) What load resistance will result in the circuit delivering maximum power to the load? How much power would that be?

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