Q. 1.P.57

The network shown in following figure given is reciprocal. Use the data given in Fig. (a) and the principle of reciprocity and Norton’s theorems to determine the current $i_x$ in Fig. (b).

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By applying homogenity and reciprocity principles to Fig. (a), we get

Thus the equivalent circuit for Fig. (b) can be represented as follows

So,  $i_x=3 A$

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