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Use unit prefix notation for all currents, volitages, and resistances. 470 220 470 15V 330 lk Explain how you would set up the DMM to measure the voltage Vg in the circuit given above. Provide a well labeled sketch of the schematic showing how exactly the DMM would be connected to the circuit to measure Vag (refer to Figure 1). 2. Assume node fhas been designated the OV reference in the circuit given above. Explain how you would set up the DMM to measure the node voltage Vs. Provide a well labeled sketch of the schematic showing how exactly the DMM would be connected to the circuit to measure Vs (refer to Figure 2). 3. Explain how you would set up the DMM to measure the current l through the 22012 resistor in the circuit given above. Provide a well labeled sketch showing how exactly the DMM would be connected to the circuit to measure loe through the 2202 resistor (refer to Figure 3) Many of your answers to the following problems will need to be recorded in your Data Sheet under “Pre-Lab Results before lab. Present calculated values in unit prefix notation. 4. Determine the equivalent resistance, Reg, for the resistor network of Circuit 1 (Figure 4). 5. Use Ohms Law to determine the current lab through Rag of Circuit 1 (Figure 6). 6. Determine the equivalent resistance Ray for the resistor network of Circuit 2 (Figure 7). Use this resistance to determine I in Circuit 2 7. A short cut method for determining currents in resistors in parallel is the current divider rule. For example, in Circuit 2, the current divider rule for Ii (the current through the 10002 resistor) is 1002 where Ray is the equivalent resistance and /is the current (both determined already in problem 6).
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