# Exercises 08

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### Required Exercises

**Note that this pset is due seven days later than normal due to the exam.**- Exercise: Crossover (Due May 01, 2020; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Makes Sense (Due May 01, 2020; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Thevenin and Norton Networks (Due May 01, 2020; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Filter #1 (Due May 01, 2020; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Capacitor and op-amps (Due May 01, 2020; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Notch Filtering (Due May 01, 2020; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Op-amp dynamics (Due May 01, 2020; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Nonlinear device operating point (Due May 01, 2020; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Nonlinear device operating point #2 (Due May 01, 2020; 11:59 PM)

**If you would like some more practice with steady state response of circuits, you can also do the exercise/problems below from the textbook. Answers for all these exercises are found in the back of the text. We are happy to provide more detailed solutions, or create additional videos working through any of these problems, or for other topics of interest.**

**Note that the textbook is available online via the MIT libraries. Supplemental material is also located here.**

- Exercise 14.1 -- impedance equivalence
- Exercise 14.6 -- Compensator
- Exercise 14.7 -- Good exercise about frequency response and time-domain response
- Problem 14.3 -- Just a lot of impedance manipulation practice
- Problem 14.7 -- Impedance
- Problem 14.8 -- Q in a communications system
- Problem 14.11 -- More impedance/frequency response stuff

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