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Does anybody know of a Norton/ Thevenin online calculator that I can use to check my workings. It must be able to compute complex numbers. I have made an error somewhere and it is making my head hurt!!!
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Does anybody know of a Norton/ Thevenin online calculator that I can use to check my workings. It must be able to compute complex numbers. I have made an error somewhere and it is making my head hurt!!!
You could try PSPICE or LTSPICE which is a circuit simulator/design tool and will calculate the time varying outputs for a given input, including the Dirac delta, step response, steady state sinusoid response, frequency response etc.

It won't give you the answer in mathematical equation form, but it will plot the output as a time variant waveform and produce phase plots etc.

http://www.linear.com/designtools/software/

http://www.electronics-lab.com/downloads/schematic/013/

Tutorial: http://youtu.be/GmzfJa2GS7c
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help me with my thevenin resistance uestion please
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