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Electrical Engineering Finding input impedance I'm not too sure how to go about doing this. Added what I did so far but I don't know where I messed up.My solution part 1 My solution part 2

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    \$\begingroup\$ Working on it now! Sorry, new to this site :) \$\endgroup\$ – idkEE Apr 3 at 17:56
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I would do mesh analysis and put the final equation into the form Z = V/I and pick out the Z. Be careful of the meshes you pick though. If you pick the wrong one you end up with an recursion of infinite substitutions for Vx. I got the same answer you did.

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