find the maximum power transferred and input resistance, Electrical Engineering

Given: R1 = R3 = 1 k_, R2 = 100 k_ and k = 0.1 A/V, and step-up transformer turns ratio is 10.

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a) Find the value of the load resistor RL that would maximize the power transferred to the load.
b) Using your answer in part a, find the maximum power transferred to the load if VI = 120 V (rms).
c) Using your answer in part a, find the input resistance seen looking into the transformer primary.

 

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