Find the thevenin equivalent, Electrical Engineering

Task 1

  • Use basic circuit theory to convert the "T" circuit below into the equivalent "π". Hint: Remember to disconnect the voltage source and the load.

Task 2

  • Find the Thevenin equivalent for the attached circuit and use this to calculate the current in the load.

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Circuit information:-

  • Load consists of 3 + j7 ohms
  • The voltage source is 12 <0o volts
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