### Find current in the circuit

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Problem 1 - Solve for i0 in Fig. using mesh analysis. Problem 2 - Use mesh analysis to find current i0 in the circuit. Problem 3 - Use mesh analysis to find v0 in the circuit. Let vs1 = 120 cos(100t+ 90o) V, vs2 = 80 cos(100t) V. #### Draw out the logic diagram of the multiplier

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