find the thevenin and norton equivalent circuits, Electrical Engineering

The output port of the one-port is defined by terminals A and B.

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Given: R1 = 10 k_, R2 = 20 k_, R3 = 10 k_, and R4 = 10 k_
V1 = 20 V and I1 = 0.8 mA
a) Find the Thevenin and Norton Equivalent circuits.
b) Plot the current voltage characteristic of the one-port.

 

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