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Thevenin Impedance of a Circuit with Multiple Dependant and Independant Sources

Honestly, the circuit data lead to misunderstandings. To avoid this, I limited myself to describing the circuit in my own way. However, we arrive at an equation with two unknowns, as you can see below,...
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Thevenin Impedance of a Circuit with Multiple Dependant and Independant Sources

Strange (artificial?) problem. Voc should be calculable by writing KVL around the loop in the lower diagram. Then apply a test voltage source and solve for It, Z = Vt/It.
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How to find current for Thevenin equivalent circuit

I understand that V_th is obtained by opening the terminals of the output, so that V_out = V_in R2/(R1+R2). The problem is that I don't know how to calculate the current flowing into the output when ...
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How to find current for Thevenin equivalent circuit

The problem is that I don't know how to calculate the current flowing into the output when generators are short circuited. The result should be I = V_in/R1, but the current after R1 will split in the ...
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How to find current for Thevenin equivalent circuit

Just turn the voltage source (Vin) and R1 into a current source: - Hence, the Thevenin resistance (as viewed from terminals C and D is R1 || R2. It's called source transformation and is an important ...
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Thevenin equivalent voltage of an AC source circuit

I do not see any voltage divide equation. All I see is the equation for parallel connected resistors: \$Req = \frac{R_1 * R_2}{R_1 + R_2}\$. This equation was used two times. Frist one is for \$10\...
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