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07-28-2019
04:25 AM

07-28-2019
04:25 AM

Re: Circuit equation

Great!

But, the way you set it up, you don't need symbolics, and even Prime4 Express can solve it.

Luc

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07-28-2019
07:54 AM

07-28-2019
07:54 AM

Re: Circuit equation

Thanks Luc.

The answer of Node method is attached.

Tokoro.

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07-28-2019
09:33 AM

07-28-2019
09:33 AM

Re: Circuit equation

Hi ssato,

Using the "direct network inspection" method. In my previous analysis, there was a mistake (I forgot to calculate a parallel) that now I've corrected. (I renamed the passive and reactive components but the values correspond), and using the Minerr function in the solution block, I obtained these results :

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07-28-2019
07:39 PM

07-28-2019
07:39 PM

Re: Circuit equation

Hello Werner_E san

Thank you for your advise.

I understand ,I still can USE the resulting function.

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07-28-2019
07:44 PM

07-28-2019
07:44 PM

Re: Circuit equation

Hello Werner-E san

Thank you for your response.

What is it?....

It was a rudimentary mistake.

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07-28-2019
07:50 PM

07-28-2019
07:50 PM

Re: Circuit equation

Alan san

Thank you for your response.

I understood your method.

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07-28-2019
07:52 PM

07-28-2019
07:52 PM

Re: Circuit equation

Hollo Luc san

I'm sorry I mistake some parameter between diagram and equations.

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07-28-2019
08:54 PM

07-28-2019
08:54 PM

Re: Circuit equation

Hello Topaz san

Thank you for your response.

Topaz

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07-29-2019
12:13 PM

07-29-2019
12:13 PM

Re: Circuit equation

Hi ssato,

you will find the complete xmcd worksheet in my previous post.

It was fun. Many greetings, Francesco

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07-29-2019
01:45 PM

07-29-2019
01:45 PM

Re: Circuit equation

Hello Ssato san,

it's not that you named this resistor differently, it is even that I am mistaken about that. The problem is that this resistor is not in your formula.

I can find no part of your equations that represents this resistor.

Success!

Luc

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