# Circuit Theorems and Conversions

• ## Find the Thevenin equivalent (VTH and RTH) between terminals A and B of the circuit given. • A. 562 mV, 167 Ω
• B. 5.62 V, 167 Ω
• C. 5.62 V, 188 Ω
• D. 562 mV, 188 Ω
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• ## A practical current source has a finite internal resistance.

• A. True
• B. False
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• ## Find the current through R2 of the given circuit. • A. 30.7 mA
• B. 104 mA
• C. 74 mA
• D. 134 mA
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• ## Conversions between delta-type and wye-type circuit arrangements are useful in certain specialized applications.

• A. True
• B. False
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• ## Find the current in R2 of the given circuit, using the superposition theorem. • A. 16.7 mA
• B. 33.3 mA
• C. 50 mA
• D. 16.6 mA
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• ## Find the total current through R3 in the given circuit. • A. 7.3 mA
• B. 5.5 mA
• C. 12.8 mA
• D. 1.8 mA
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• ## Norton’s equivalent current (IN) is an open-circuit current between two points in a circuit.

• A. True
• B. False
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• ## A 680 Ω load resistor, RL, is connected across a constant current source of 1.2 A. The internal source resistance, RS, is 12 kΩ. The load current, RL, is_____.

• A. 0 A
• B. 1.2 A
• C. 114 mA
• D. 1.14 A
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• ## Find the Norton circuit, that is, IIN and RN, for the circuit given below. • A. 478 mA, 12.8 Ω
• B. 750 mA, 12.8 Ω
• C. 478 mA, 6.8 Ω
• D. 750 mA, 6.8 Ω
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• A. 22 mA
• B. 12 mA
• C. 10 mA
• D. 2 mA