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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
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CHAPTER 1

FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
Q1 (coul)

k (cnstnt)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 1-1

To find force in newtons


F=k x Q1 x Q2/d2

CHAPTER 1
Formula 1-2

To find current in amperes


I=Q/T

Excel formula in column H is:


=D16/E16

Q (coul)

CHAPTER 2

To find cross-sect. area in circular mils

Excel formula in column H is:

d (mils)

Formula 2-1

A = d2

CHAPTER 2
Formula 2-2

To find resistance in ohms


R = l/A

Excel formula in column H is:


=D22*E22/F22

(CM-/ft)

CHAPTER 3
Formula 3-1

To find current in amperes


I = V/R

Excel formula in column H is:


=D25/E25

V (volts)

CHAPTER 3
Formula 3-2

To find voltage in volts


V=IxR

Excel formula in column H is:


=D28*E28

I (amps)

CHAPTER 3
Formula 3-3

To find resistance in ohms


R = V/I

Excel formula in column H is:


=D31/E31

V (volts)

CHAPTER 3
Formula 3-4

To find work in foot pounds


Work (ft lbs)=Force x Distance

Excel formula in column H is:


=D34*E34

F (lbs)

CHAPTER 3
Formula 3-5

To find power in watts


Power = Energy / Time

Excel formula in column H is:


=D37/E37

E (joules)

CHAPTER 3
Formula 3-6

To find energy in watthours


Energy (Watthours)= Power x Time

Excel formula in column H is:


=D40*E40

P (watts)

CHAPTER 3
Formula 3-7

To find power in watts


P=VxI

Excel formula in column H is:


=D43*E43

V (volts)

CHAPTER 3

To find power in watts

Excel formula in column H is:

I (amps)

Formula 3-8

P = I2x R

=D13*E13*F13/G13^2

Q2 (coul)
2

d (mtr)
3

1.5

T (sec)
5

=D19^2

=D46^2*E46

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

2.5

16
l (feet)

10.4

A (CM)
250

39.75

65.41

R (ohms)
10

10

100

10000

10

10

200

600

10

I (amps)
0.05

0.5

R (ohms)
2
I (amps)
10
D (feet)
100
T (sec)
100
T (hours)

R (ohms)
0.05

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


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CHAPTER 3

To find power in watts

Formula 3-9

P = V2/R

CHAPTER 4

To find total R in ohms


RT = R1+R2+Rn

Excel formula in column H is:

To find total R in ohms


RT = VT / IT

Excel formula in column H is:

To find V across a specific R


V1 = IR1 x R1

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 4-3
CHAPTER 4

To find Vx using V divider rule

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 4-4

VX = RX/RT x VT

CHAPTER 4

To find VT in a series circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 4-5

VT = V1 + V2 +Vn

=SUM(D64:F64)

CHAPTER 4

To find PT in a series circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 4-6

PT = P1 + P2 + Pn

=SUM(D67:F67)

CHAPTER 5

To find IT in a parallel circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 5-1

IT = I1 + I2 + I3 +In

=SUM(D70:F70)

CHAPTER 5

To find GT in a parallel circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 5-2

GT = 1/R1 + 1/R2 +1/Rn

=1/D73+1/E73+1/F73

CHAPTER 5

To find RT in a parallel circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 5-3

RT=1/(1/R1+1/R2+1/R3...1/Rn)

=1/(1/D76+1/E76+1/F76)

CHAPTER 5

To find GT in a parallel circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 5-4

GT = G1 + G2 + G3

CHAPTER 5

To find RT in a parallel circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 5-5

RT = R1 x R2/R1 + R2

=D82*E82/(D82+E82)

Formula 4-1
CHAPTER 4
Formula 4-2
CHAPTER 4

Excel formula in column H is:

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
V (volts)

R (ohms)

=D49^2/E49

10
R1 (ohms)
10
VT (volts)

R3 (ohms)

10

70
IR1 (amps)

10

30

35

100,000

200

R1 (ohms)

0.002
RX (ohms)

=D61/E61*F61

0.5

IT (amps)

=D55/E55

=SUM(D79:F79)

200
R2 (ohms)

=SUM(D52:F52)

=D58*E58

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

RT (ohms)

4700
V1 (volts)

V2 (volts)
20

PR1 (watts)

PR2 (watts)

I2 (amps)

R1 (ohms)

R2 (ohms)

G1 (S)

R1 (ohms)
3900

5.5

47

0.097

20000

5346.53

0.1

0.4

R3 (ohms)

R3 (ohms)

27000
G2 (S)

0.1

400

33

10000

60

I3 (amps)

R2 (ohms)

R1 (ohms)

10

160

1.5

22

13.51

PR3 (watts)

200

50
V3 (volts)

30

40
I1 (amps)

VT (volts)

17400

G3 (S)
0.2

R2 (ohms)
6800

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #

FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

CHAPTER 5

To find Ru for a parallel circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 5-6

Ru = Rk x Re/Rk -Re

=D85*E85/(D85-E85)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
Rk (ohms)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

Re (ohms)
10

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

CHAPTER 5

To find IX in a specific branch

Formula 5-7

IX = RT/RX x IT

CHAPTER 5

To find I1 in a parallel circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 5-8

I1 = R2/R1 + R2 x IT

=E91/(D91+E91)*F91

CHAPTER 5

To find I2 in a parallel circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 5-9

I2 = R1/R1 + R2 x IT

CHAPTER 6

To find balanced bridge Rs


R1/R2 = R3/R4

Ratio expression in column H is:

Formula 6-1
CHAPTER 6

To find RX in balanced bridge

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 6-2

RX(R4 here) = R2 x R3/R1

CHAPTER 7

To find efficiency of power transfer


Efficiency (%) = Pout/Pin x 100

Excel formula in column H is:

To find internal R of a source


rint = V (no-load) - V (loaded)/I (load)

Excel formula in column H is:

To find I load using Thevenin's Th.


IL = VTH / RTH + RL

Excel formula in column H is:

To find V load using Thevenin's Th.


VL = RL/RL + RTH x VTH

Excel formula in column H is:

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 7-5

To find I load using Norton's Th.


IL = RN/RN + RL x IN

CHAPTER 8

To find RA in delta network

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 8-1

RA= (R1xR2) + (R2xR3) + (R3xR1)/R1

=((D118*E118)+(E118*F118)+(F118*D118))/D118

CHAPTER 8

To find RB in delta network

Excel formul in column H is:

Formula 8-2

RB = (R1xR2)+(R2xR3)+(R3xR1)/R2

=((D121*E121)+(E121*F121)+(F121*D121))/E121

Formula 7-1
CHAPTER 7
Formula 7-2
CHAPTER 7
Formula 7-3
CHAPTER 7
Formula 7-4
CHAPTER 7

Excel formula in column H is:


=D88/E88*F88

=D94/(D94+E94)*F94

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
RT (ohms)

RX (ohms)

550
R1 (ohms)

R1 (ohms)

R1 (ohms)

R1 (ohms)
10
Pout (watts)

0.0055

0.003025

IT (amps)
0.05

0.02619

IT (amps)
0.05
R3 (ohms)

0.02381
R4 (ohms)

30

60 Ans. here is 600=600

R3 (ohms)

20

30

60

Pin (watts)

8.84
V (no-load)
13
VTH (volts)

26.6
V (loaded)
12
RTH (ohms)

50
RL (ohms)

RN (ohms)

R1 (ohms)

R1 (ohms)

4.7
R2 (ohms)

3.3

100

4.7

0.01

RL (ohms)
25
RTH (ohms)

1
VTH (v)

25
RL (ohms)

25
R2 (ohms)

3.3

I (load A)

25
RN (ohms)

25

33.23

25
RL (ohms)

25

=D115/(E115+F115)*G115

IT (amps)

20
R2 (ohms)

=E100*F100/D100

=D112/(E112+F112)*G112

11000
R2 (ohms)

10

=D109/(E109+F109)

11000
R2 (ohms)

10000

=(D106-E106)/F106

1000
R2 (ohms)

10000

D97*G97=E97*F97

=D103/E103*100

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

50

25

0.5

IN (amps)
75

R3 (ohms)
5.6

18.28

R3 (ohms)
5.6

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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124 Formula 8-3

FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

To find RC in delta network

Excel formula in column H is:

RC = (R1xR2)+(R2xR3)+(R3xR1)/R3

=((D124*E124)+(E124*F124)+(F124*D124))/F124

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
R1 (ohms)

R2 (ohms)
3.3

4.7

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

R3 (ohms)
5.6

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #

FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

CHAPTER 8

To find R1 in wye network

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 8-4

R1 = RB x RC/RA + RB + RC

=E127*F127/(D127+E127+F127)

CHAPTER 8

To find R2 in wye network

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 8-5

R2 = RC x RA/RA + RB + RC

=F130*D130/(D130+E130+F130)

CHAPTER 8

To find R3 in wye network

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 8-6

R3 = RA x RB/RA + RB + RC

=D133*E133/(D133+E133+F133)

CHAPTER 9

To find force of attract. or repulsion

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 9-1

Force = Pole 1 Strng. x Pole 2 Strng./d2

=D136*E136/F136^2

CHAPTER 9
Formula 9-2

To find magnetomotive force


mmf = NI

Excel formula in column H is:


=D139*E139

N (# of trns) I (amps)
100

CHAPTER 9
Formula 9-3

To find magnetic field intensity


H = AT/meter

Excel formula in column H is:


=D142*E142/F142

A (amps)

CHAPTER 9

To find induced voltage per turn


Vind = # of lines of flux cut/per unit time

Excel formula in column H is:

flux (Wb)

To find induced voltage in coil


Vind = N (# of turns) x flux/time

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 9-5
CHAPTER 10

Note: No formulas used in this chapter

CHAPTER 11
Formula 11-1

To find time of one period in ac


T (sec) = 1/f (Hz)

Excel formula in column H is:


=1/D153

f (Hz)

CHAPTER 11
Formula 11-2

To find frequency from time of 1 per.


f (Hz) = 1/T (sec)

Excel formula in column H is:


=1/D156

T (time in sec)
0.0001

CHAPTER 11
Formula 11-3

To find effective value from peak


Effective value (rms) = 0.707 x pk. val.

Excel formula in column H is:


=D159*E159

Formula 9-4
CHAPTER 9

RA (ohms)

RB (ohms)

18.28
RA (ohms)

RB (ohms)

RA (ohms)

10.77

5.60

d (meters)
2

0.05

800

500

T (turns)
meters
100

0.1

5000

time( sec)
2

N (# of turns) flux (Wb)

=D148*E148/F148

4.70

RC (ohms)

P2 Strength

10.77

12.83

3.30

RC (ohms)

RB (ohms)

P1 Strength

10.77

12.83

18.28

=D145/E145

RC (ohms)

12.83

18.28

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

100

time( sec)
3

1000

0.707

300

0.001

V pk. (volts)
100

10000

70.7

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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FORMULAS
To find avg. value (1/2 cycle) from pk.
Avg. value (1/2 cycle) = 0.637 x pk. val.

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)
Excel formula in column H is:
=D162*E162

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
V pk. (volts)
0.637
100

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
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EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

To find instant. V of sine wave


v inst = Vp x sin of angle value

Excel formula in column H is:

CHAPTER 11
Formula 11-6

To find % duty cyc. of non-sine waves

Excel formula in column H is:


=D168/E168*100

tw (sec)

% duty cycle = tw (pulse wid.)/T (1 per.) x 100

CHAPTER 11

To find Vavg of non-sine waves

Excel formula in column H is:

Baseln value

Formula 11-7

Vavg = Baseln val. + (duty cycle x p-p amp.)

=D171+(E171*F171)

CHAPTER 12

Note: No formulas used in this chapter

CHAPTER 13

To find V induced in a coil


Vind = N (# of trns) x d /dt

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-1
CHAPTER 13

To find VL value of given L

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-2

VL = L x di/dt

CHAPTER 13

To find L from VL and di/dt

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-3

L = VL / di/dt

=D182/(E182/F182)

CHAPTER 13

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-4

To find L from physical parameters.


L=12.57 x 10-7x r x N2 x A / l

CHAPTER 13

To find L of air-core inductor

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-5

L = 12.57 x 10-7 x N2 x A / l

=0.000001257*D188^2*E188/F188

CHAPTER 13

To find LT in a series circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-6

LT = L1 + L2 . . . +Ln

= SUM(D191:F191)

CHAPTER 13

To find par. circuit reciprocal of LT

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-7

1/LT = 1/L1 + 1/L2 + 1/L3+1/Ln

=1/D194+1/E194+1/F194

CHAPTER 13

To find LT in a parallel circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-8

LT = 1 / 1/L1 + 1/L2 + 1/L3+1/Ln

=1/(1/D197+1/E197+1/F197)

CHAPTER 11
Formula 11-5

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

V pk. (volts)

=D165*F165

sin

angle

141

30

20
duty cycle

pk-pk volts

500
L (H)

di (amps)

di (amps)

r
1
N (# trns)

1000

50

2.5

dt (secs)
12

N (# trns)

=0.000001257*D185*E185^2*F185/G185

2.5

dt (secs)
5

dt (secs)
2

10
VL (volts)

20

0.1

d(Wb)

N (# trns)

=D179*E179/F179

70.5

T (sec)
4

=D176*E176/F176

0.5

A (sq mtrs)

2000

0.001

l (mtrs)
0.01

0.5028

A (sq mtrs) l (mtrs)

2000
L1 (H)

0.001
L2 (H)

10
L1 (H)

L2 (H)

L1 (H)

2.5

17.5

10

0.4

10

2.5

L3 (H)
5

L2 (H)
10

0.5028

L3 (H)
5

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
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200 Formula 13-9

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("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

FORMULAS
To find LT of 2 parallel L's

Excel formula in column H is:

LT = L1 x L2 / L1 + L2

=D200*E200/(D200+E200)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
L2 (H)

L1 (H)
10

10

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
L (H)

CHAPTER 13

To find amount of stored energy

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-10

Energy = 0.5 LI2

=D203*E203*F203^2

CHAPTER 13
Formula 13-11

To find RL circuit time constant

Excel formula in column H is:


=D206/E206

L (H)

One time constant = L/R

CHAPTER 13

To find inst. incr. i in an RL circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Vs (volts)

Formula 13-12

i = Vs/R x (1 - -Rt/L)

=D209/E209*((1-2.71828^ (E209*F209/G209)))

CHAPTER 13

To find inst. dec. i in an RL circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 13-13

i = Vs/R x ( -Rt/L)

=D212/E212*((2.71828^-(E212*F212/G212)))

CHAPTER 14

To find value of XL in an ac circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 14-1

XL = 2fL

CHAPTER 14

To find L ( XL and f known)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 14-2

L= XL/2f

=D218/(E218*F218)

CHAPTER 14

To find frequency (XL and L known)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 14-3

f = XL/2L

=D221/(E221*F221)

CHAPTER 14

To find 1/XLT in a parallel ac circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 14-4

1/XLT=1/XL1+1/XL2+1/XL3

=1/(D224)+1/(E224)+1/(F224)

CHAPTER 14

To find XLT in a parallel ac circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 14-5

XLT=1/(1/XL1+1/XL2+)

=1/(1/D227+1/E227)

CHAPTER 14

To find XLT of 2 parallel L's

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 14-6

XLT = XL1 x XL2/XL1 + XL2

=D230*E230/(D230+E230)

CHAPTER 14

To find Q in an RL ac circuit
Q = XL/R

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 14-7
CHAPTER 15

Pythagorean Theorem

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 15-1

c2 = a2 + b2

=D236^2+E236^2

I (amps)

0.5

20

12
R (ohms)

10

Vs (volts)

t (sec)

R (ohms)

f (Hz)

XL1 (ohms)

XL2 (ohms)
4000

5000

1884

1500000

0.000212

0.00003

21231423

XL3 (ohms)
6000

0.000917

2500

XL2 (ohms)

5000
XL (ohms)

XL2 (ohms)

5000
XL1 (ohms)

0.000137

L (H)
6.28

2000

0.05

f (Hz)
6.28

XL1 (ohms)

0.001

L (H)

4000

10
L (H)

0.000068

60

2000
XL (ohms)

L (H)
0.001

t (sec)

2200

6.28
XL (ohms)

0.83

10000

=D233/E233

250

R (ohms)
10

=D215*E215*F215

5000

2500

R (ohms)

3140
a

50

62.8

10

200

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10

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

CHAPTER 15

To find VT in a series RL circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 15-2

VT = VR2 + VL2

=SQRT(D239^2+E239^2)

CHAPTER 15

To find Z in a series RL circuit


Z = R2 + XL2

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 15-3
CHAPTER 15

To find IT in a parallel RL circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 15-4

IT = R2 + IL2

=SQRT(D245^2+E245^2)

CHAPTER 15

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 15-5

To find Z in a parallel RL circuit


Z = R x XL / R2 + XL2

CHAPTER 15
Formula 15-6

To find G in a parallel RL circuit


G = 1/R

Excel formula in column H is:


=D251/E251

CHAPTER 15

To find inductive susceptance


BL = 1/XL

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 15-7

=D254/E254

1005

0.000995

CHAPTER 15
Formula 15-8

To find admittance
Y = 1/Z

Excel formula in column H is:


=D257/E257

Z (ohms)
835

0.001198

CHAPTER 15

To find Y in a parallel RL circuit


YT = G2 + BL2

Excel formula in column H is:

To find magnitude of phase angle


(magnitude) = tan-1 R / XL

Excel formula in column H is:

To find mutual inductance


M = k L1 x L2

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 16-1
CHAPTER 16

To find LT of series L's (aid)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 16-2

LT = L1 + L2 + 2M

=D269+E269+2*F269

CHAPTER 16

To find LT of series L's (opp)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 16-3

LT = L1 + L2 - 2M

=D272+E272-2*F272

Formula 15-9
CHAPTER 15
Formula 15-10
CHAPTER 16

VR (volts)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

VL (volts)
10

5
IR (amps)

8.66

10.00

IL (amps)
3

5.83

50

30

25.72

R (ohms)
1500

0.000667

XL (ohms)

R (ohms)

=D248*E248/SQRT(D248^2+E248^2)

14.14

XL (ohms)

R (ohms)

=SQRT(D242^2+E242^2)

10

One

XL (ohms)

BL (S)

G (S)

=SQRT(D260^2+E260^2)

0.000667

1500

1005
L1 (H)

=D266*SQRT(E266*F266)

0.001198

XL (ohms)

R (ohms)

=DEGREES(ATAN(D263/E263))

0.000995

1
L1 (H)

L2 (H)
3

L2 (H)
8

L1 (H)

24

M (H)
8

L2 (H)
8

56.178

M (H)
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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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CHAPTER 16

General LT formula (aid or opp)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 16-4

LT = L1 + L2 2M

=D275+E2752*F275

CHAPTER 16

To find LT of 2 parallel L's (aid)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 16-5

LT = 1/1/L1 + M + 1/L2 + M

=1/((1/(D278+F278)+1/(E278+F278)))

CHAPTER 16

To find LT of 2 parallel L's (opp)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 16-6

LT = 1/1/L1 - M + 1/L2 - M

=1/((1/(D281-F281)+1/(E281-F281)))

CHAPTER 16

To find coefficient of coupling


k = M/ L1 x L2

Excel formula in column H is:

V ratio compared to T ratio


VP/VS = NP/NS

Excel formula in column H is:

T ratio compared to V ratio


NP/NS = VP/VS

Excel formula in column H is:

T ratio compared to I ratio


NP/NS = IS/IP

Excel formula in column H is:

V ratio compared to I ratio


VP/VS = IS/IP

Excel formula in column H is:

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 16-12

N ratio compared to Z ratio


(NS/NP)2 = ZS/ZP

CHAPTER 16

To find ZP from ZS and T ratio

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 16-13

ZP = ZS(NP/NS)2

=D302*(E302/F302)^2

CHAPTER 16

To find T ratio from Z ratio


NP/NS = ZP/ZS

Excel formula in column H is:

To find transformer efficiency


Efficiency % = Pout/Pin x 100

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 16-7
CHAPTER 16
Formula 16-8
CHAPTER 16
Formula 16-9
CHAPTER 16
Formula 16-10
CHAPTER 16
Formula 16-11
CHAPTER 16

Formula 16-14
CHAPTER 16
Formula 16-15

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
L1 (H)

L2 (H)

L1 (H)

10
L2 (H)

L1 (H)

8
L2 (H)
8
L2 (H)
8
VS (volts)

20
NP (trns)

NP (trns)

VP (volts)

VS (volts)

14

0.1

IP (amps)
0.5

ZS (ohms)
4

0.1

ZP(ohms)
8

128

NS (trns)

2000
ZP (ohms)

IP (amps)

IS (amps)

NP (trns)

14
VS(volts)

0.5

1
ZS (ohms)

0.5

IS (amps)

NP (trns)

or =(D299/E299)^2=F299/G299

5
NS (trns)

VP (volts)

or =D296*G296=E296*F296

280
NS (trns)

or = D293*G293 = E293*F293

NS(trns)

280

20

10

NP (trns)

NS (trns)

or = D290*G290=E290*F290

30

M (H)

8
VP (volts)

(aid)
(opp)

M (H)

8
L1 (H)

5
M (H)

or = D287*G287=E287*F287

=D308/E308*100

M (H)

10

=F284/SQRT(D284*E284)

=SQRT(D305/E305)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

8000

ZS (ohms)

1000

10

10

Pout (watts) Pin (watts)


86

100

86

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DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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(Use Approp. Units)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

CHAPTER 17
Formula 17-1

To find C value (Q and V known)


C = Q/V

Excel formula in column H is:


=D311/E311

Q (coul)

V (volts)

CHAPTER 17
Formula 17-2

To find Q value (C and V known)


Q=CxV

Excel formula in column H is:


=D314*E314

C (farads)

CHAPTER 17
Formula 17-3

To find V value (Q and C known)


V = Q/C

Excel formula in column H is:


=D317/E317

Q (coul)

CHAPTER 17

To find energy in joules

Excel formula in column H is:

C (farads)

Formula 17-4

Energy = 0.5 x CV2

=0.5*D320*E320^2

CHAPTER 17

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-5

To find dielectric constant


k = o/ v

CHAPTER 17

To find C (from physical factors)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-6

C = 8.85 x A/1012s

=8.85*D326/(10^12*E326)

CHAPTER 17

To find C (from physical factors)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-7

C = 8.85 x k x A/1012 x s

=8.85*D329*E329/(10^12*F329)

CHAPTER 17

To find C in F (from phys. factors)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-8

C = 2.25*k*A/107 x s x (n-1)

=2.25*D332*E332/10^7*F332*(G332-1)

CHAPTER 17

To find CT of 2 series caps

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-9

CT = C1 x C2 / C1 + C2

=D335*E335/(D335+E335)

CHAPTER 17

To find CT of = value series C's

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-10

CT = C/N

=D338/G338

CHAPTER 17

To find CT of any value series C's

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-11

CT = 1/1/C1+1/C2+1/C3...+1/Cn

=1/(1/D341+1/E341+1/F341)

CHAPTER 17

To find VCx in cap V divider circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-12

VX = VS x CT/CX

=D344*E344/F344

10

10

250

0.15625

0.001

8.85E-011

V (volts)
5
C (farads)
10
V (volts)

0.000005

o (abs)

v (vac)

=D323/E323

6
A (sq mtrs)

s (mtrs)

0.01
k (number)

A (sq mtrs) s (mtrs)


3

k (number)

0.01
A (sq in.)

100
C1 (F)

0.001
n(# plates)

s (in.)
2

2.655E-010

0.005

0.009

C2 (F)
3

C1 (F)

6
C2 (F)

10
C1 (F)

C3 (F)
10

C2 (F)
10

VS (volts)

n(# plates)
10

3.33

C3 (F)
5

CT (uF)
60

10

2.5

15

30

CX (F)
7.5

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These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

CHAPTER 17

To find CT of parallel capacitors

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-13

CT = C1 + C2 + C3+Cn

C1 (F)

C2 (F)

C3 (F)

=D347+E347+F347+G347

CHAPTER 17
Formula 17-14

To find 1 time const. in an RC circuit


1 TC (T) = R x C

Excel formula in column H is:


=D350*E350

R (ohms)
C (farads)
1000
0.000001

CHAPTER 17

To find inst. vR in a dc RC circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

VS (volts)

Formula 17-15

vR = VS x ( -t/T)

=D353*((E353^-(F353/G353)))

CHAPTER 17

To find inst. vC in a dc RC circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 17-16

vC = VS x (1 - -t/T)

=D356*(((1-(E356^-(F356/G356)))))

CHAPTER 18

To find iC knowing C and dv/dt

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 18-1

iC = C x dv/dt

=(D359*10^-12)*E359/(F359*10^-6)

CHAPTER 18

To find XC knowing f and C

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 18-2

XC = 1/2x f x C

=1/(D362*E362*F362)

CHAPTER 18

To find f knowing C and XC

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 18-3

f = 1/2 x C x XC

=1/(D365*E365*F365)

CHAPTER 18

To find C knowing f and XC

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 18-4

C = 1/2 x f x XC

=1/(D368*E368*F368)

CHAPTER 18

To find XCT of parallel C's

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 18-5

XCT = 1/1/XC1 + 1/XC2 + 1/XC31/XCn

=1/(1/D371+1/E371+1/F371)

CHAPTER 18

To find XCT of 2 parallel C's

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 18-6

XCT = XC1 x XC2 / XC1 + XC2

=D374*E374/(D374+E374)

CHAPTER 18

To find XCT of = val. parallel C's

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 18-7

XCT = XC1 / N

=D377/E377

CHAPTER 19

To find VT in a series RC circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 19-1

VT = VR2 + VC2

=SQRT(D380^2+E380^2)

15

10

50

VS (volts)

C (value)

2.71828

dv (volts)

f (Hz)

XC1 (ohms)

XC1 (ohms)

10000

18.39

(sec)

18000

10000

41.74

100

0.0001

0.000002

663.48

1000

318471

XC (ohms)
2000

XC2 (ohms)

1000

10000

XC (ohms)

5E-010
f (Hz)

6.28

(sec)

C (farads)
120

C (farads)
6.28

38

dt (sec)

100

6.28

0.001

t (sec)
2.71828

100

10

t (sec)

50

C4 (F)

3180

0.000000025

XC3 (ohms)

2000

3000

545.45

XC2 (ohms)

1000
XC1 (ohms)

2000

666.67

N (number)

1000
VR (volts)

200

50

70.71

VC (volts)
50

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These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
XC (ohms)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 19-2

To find Z in a series RC circuit


Z = R2 + XC 2

CHAPTER 19

To find IT in a parallel RC circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 19-3

IT = IR2 + IC2

=SQRT(D386^2+E386^2)

CHAPTER 19

To find Z in a parallel RC circuit


Z = R x XC / R2 + XC 2

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 19-4
CHAPTER 19
Formula 19-5

To find G in a parallel RC circuit


G = 1/R

Excel formula in column H is:


=D392/E392

CHAPTER 19

To find capacitive susceptance


BC = 1/XC or 2fC

Excel formula in column H is:

To find Y in a parallel RC circuit


YT = G2 + BC2

Excel formula in column H is:

G (S)

BC (S)

=SQRT(D398^2+E398^2)

0.000667

0.001

To find magnitude of phase angle


(magnitude) = tan-1 R / XC

Excel formula in column H is:

R (ohms)

XC (ohms)

=DEGREES(ATAN(D401/E401))

1500

To find Z of a series RLC circuit


Z = R2 + Xnet2

Excel formula in column H is:

R (ohms)

CHAPTER 19

Formula 19-6
CHAPTER 19
Formula 19-7
CHAPTER 19
Formula 19-8
CHAPTER 20
Formula 20-1

R (ohms)

=SQRT(D383^2+E383^2)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

50
IR (amps)

50

70.71

20

25

IC (amps)
15

XC (ohms)

R (ohms)

=D389*E389/SQRT(D389^2+E389^2)

2.4

R (ohms)
1500

0.000667

One

Xc (ohms)

=D395/E395

=SQRT(D404^2+E404^2)

995

0.001

0.0012

995

56.44

Xnet (ohms)
60

80

100

(where Xnet = XL- XC if XL>XC


or Xnet = XC- XL if XC>XL)
CHAPTER 20

To find VT of a series RLC circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 20-2

VT = VR2 + VXnet2

=SQRT(D409^2+E409^2)

VR (volts)

Vxnet(volts)
60

80

100.00

60

1.33

(where Vxnet=VL- VC if VL>VC


or Vxnet=VC- VL if VC>VL)
CHAPTER 20
Formula 20-3

To find Tan knowing Xnet and R


Tang of = Xnet/R

Excel formula in column H is:


=D414/E414

Xnet (ohms)
80

R (ohms)

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

CHAPTER 20

FORMULAS
To find Tan knowing VXnet and VR

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 20-4

Tang of = VXnet / VR

=D417/E417

CHAPTER 20

To find IT of a parallel RLC circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 20-5

IT = IR2 + IXnet2

=SQRT(D420^2+E420^2)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
VXnet (volts) VR (volts)
80
IR (amps)

60

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

1.33

IXnet (amps)
2

2.24

(where Ixnet = IL- IC if IL>IC


or Ixnet = IC- IL if IC>IL)
CHAPTER 20
Formula 20-6

To find p.f. knowing phase angle


Power factor (p.f.) = cos

Excel formula in column H is:


=COS(D425*PI()/180)

(deg)

CHAPTER 20

To find app. power knowing V and I


Apparent power (S) = Vrms x Irms

Excel formula in column H is:

V (volts)

Formula 20-7

CHAPTER 20

To find true power knowing I and R

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 20-8

True power (P) = I2 x R

=D432^2*E432

=D428*E428

45

0.707
I (amps)

141.5

I (amps)

141.5

100

100

R (ohms)
1

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

CHAPTER 20
Formula 20-9

To find true power knowing S and p.f.


P = Apparent power x power factor (p.f.)

Excel formula in column H is:


=D435*E435

S (VA)

CHAPTER 20
Formula 20-10

To find p.f. knowing P and S


p.f. = True power (P)/App. power (S)

Excel formula in column H is:


=D438/E438

Ptrue (W)

CHAPTER 20

To find S knowing P and VAR


S = P2 + Q2

Excel formula in column H is:

Ptrue (W)

To convert Z polar to rect. data


R factor(Z cos )
j factor(Z sin )
45 (Z cos (jZ sin )

Excel formulas in column H are:


=(D444*COS(E444*PI()/180))
=(D444*SIN(E444*PI()/180))

CHAPTER 20

To convert VT polar to rect. data

Excel formulas in column H are:

Formula 20-13

Real axis(VT x cos )

=(D450*COS(E450*PI()/180))

(Series circuit)

Imag. axis(jVT x sin )

=(D450*SIN(E450*PI()/180))

Formula 20-11
CHAPTER 20
Formula 20-12
(Series circuit)

141.5

p.f. (numb.)
0.707

100

S (VA)
100

=SQRT(D441^2+E441^2)

141.5

0.707

Q (VAR)
100

100

141.42

30

38.97
22.5

(deg)

Z (ohms)
45

Answer is:
45 30 = 38.97 + j22.5
VT (volts)

(deg)
66

60

33
57.16

(VT x cos (jVT x sin )

Answer is:
6645 = 33 + j57.16

CHAPTER 20

To convert IT polar to rect. data

Excel formulas in column H are:

Formula 20-14

Real axis(IT x cos )

=(D456*COS(E456*PI()/180))

(Parallel circuit)

Imag. axis(jIT x sin )

=(D456*SIN(E456*PI()/180))

IT (amps)

(deg)
15

30

12.99
7.5

(IT x cos (jIT x sin )

CHAPTER 20
Formula 20-15
(Parallel circuit)
CHAPTER 20
Formula 20-16
(Parallel circuit)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

Answer is:
15 = 12.99 + j7.5

To find inductive susceptance


BL = 1/2 x f x L

Excel formula in column H is:

To find capacitive susceptance


BC = 2 x f x C

Excel formula in column H is:

=1/(D462*E462*F462)

=D466*E466*F466

f (Hz)
6.28

L (H)
60

f (Hz)
6.28

0.00265

0.000004

0.00151

C (Farads)
60

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
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CHAPTER 20
Formula 20-17
(Parallel circuit)

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

FORMULAS
To find admittance
Y = G2 + jBnet2
(Note: tan of B/G)
(Note: of Y arctan B/G)

Excel formulas in column H are:

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
Bnet (S)

G (S)

=SQRT(D470^2+E470^2)
=E470/D470
=ATAN(H471)*180/pi()

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

0.002

0.00114

0.0023
0.57
29.7
Answer for Y is:
Y = 0.0023 29.7S

CHAPTER 21

To find fr when L and C are known

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 21-1

fr = 1/2 x L x C

=1/(D477*SQRT(E477*F477))

L (H)
6.28

C (Fd)
0.0002

4E-010

562983

(Where: L=H; C=Fd; f=Hz)


CHAPTER 21

To find L when fr and C are known

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 21-2

L = 0.02533/fr2 x C

=0.02533/(D481^2*E481)

fr (Hz)

C (Fd)

1000000 2.533E-010

0.0001

(Where: L=H; C=Fd; f=Hz)


CHAPTER 21

To find C when fr and L are known

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 21-3

C = 0.02533/fr2 x L

=0.02533/(D485^2*E485)

fr (Hz)

L (H)

1000000

0.0001

2.533E-010

(Where: L=H; C=Fd; f=Hz)


CHAPTER 21

To find L when fr and C are known

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 21-4

L = 25,330/fr2 x C

=25330/(D489^2*E489)

fr (MHz)

C (pF)
1

253.3

100

100

253.3

990000

20000

Where: L= H; C=pF;f=MHz
CHAPTER 21

To find C when fr and L are known

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 21-5

C = 25,330/fr2 x L

=25330/(D493^2*E493)

fr (MHz)

L ( H)
1

Where: L= H; C=pF;f=MHz
CHAPTER 21
Formula 21-6

Information only!
No computations for this formula are required in text!

CHAPTER 21

To find bandwidth of res. circuit


BW = f2 - f1

Formula 21-7

(Where f2= higher f 0.707 pt


and f1 = lower f 0.707 pt)

Excel formula in column H is:


=D500 - E500

f2 (Hz)
1010000

f1 (Hz)

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #

504 CHAPTER 21
505 Formula 21-8

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

FORMULAS
To find BW knowing fr and Q

Excel formula in column H is:

BW = fr/Q

=D505/E505

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
fr (Hz)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

Q (number)
5000

25

200

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

CHAPTER 21

To find Q knowing fr and BW

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 21-9

Q = fr/BW

=D508/E508

CHAPTER 21

To find cutoff for RC network


fc = 1/2 x R x C

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 21-10

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
fr (Hz)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

BW (Hz)
5000

=1/(D511*E511*F511)

200
R (ohms)

6.28

1000

25
C (Farads)
0.0000001

1592.36

(Note: For hi-pass simple C filter)


CHAPTER 21
Formula 21-11

To find cutoff for RL network


fc = 1/2 x (L/R)

Excel formula in column H is:

=1/(D515*(E515/F515))

L (H)

R (ohms)

6.28

0.1

1000

1592.36

(Note: For lo-pass simple L filter)


CHAPTER 22

To find max # of electrons in shell n

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 22-1

Max # of electrons = 2 x n2

=2*D519^2

CHAPTER 23

To find I in circ. w/series diode and R


I = (VS - VD) / R

Excel formula in column H is:

To find diode power dissipation


P = I x VD

Excel formula in column H is:

To find zener diode pwr. dissipation


P = Iz x Vz

Excel formula in column H is:

To find regulation transition point


Vs = VzT x (R1 + RL) / RL

Excel formula in column H is:

To find output V w/source <trans. pt.


VL = Vs x RL / (RL + R1)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 23-5
CHAPTER 23

To find V to be dropped by VR

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 23-6

VR = Vs - VD

=D537-E537

CHAPTER 24

To find Vdc out of unfilt. H.W. rect.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-1

Vdc = 0.45 x Vrms

=0.45*D540

Formula 23-1
CHAPTER 23
Formula 23-2
CHAPTER 23
Formula 23-3
CHAPTER 23
Formula 23-4
CHAPTER 23

n
3
VS (volts)

18
VD (volts)

=(D522-E522)/F522

10

0.01
Iz (amps)

=D528*E528

150

0.062

0.7

0.007

5.1

0.255

Vz (volts)

0.05

R1 (ohms)

VzT

=D531*(E531+F531)/F531

R (ohms)

VD

I (amps)

=D525*E525

0.7

9.1
Vs (volts)

100
RL (ohms)

=D534*E534/(E534+F534)

9
Vs (volts)

750

RL (ohms)
750

10.31

R1 (ohms)
100

7.94

VD (volts)
12

1.5

10.5

Vrms (volts)
70.7

31.8

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
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542 CHAPTER 24
543 Formula 24-2

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

FORMULAS
To find Vdc out of unfilt. H.W. rect.

Excel formula in column H is:

Vdc = 0.318 x VPK

=0.318*D543

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

VPK (volts)
100

31.8

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These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #
CHAPTER 24

FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

Vrms (V)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-3

To find PIV of unfilt. H.W. rect.


PIV (H.W.) = 1.414 x Vrms

CHAPTER 24
Formula 24-4

To find ripple freq. H.W. rect.


Ripple freq. = ac input frequency

Excel formula in column H is:


=1*D549

ac input f

CHAPTER 24

To find Vdc out of unfilt. F.W. rect.

Excel formula in column H is:

V (1/2 sec.)

Formula 24-5

Vdc = 0.9 x Vrms of half of secondary

=0.9*D552

CHAPTER 24

To find Vdc out of unfilt. F.W. rect.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-6

Vdc = 0.45 x Vrms of full secondary

=0.45*D555

CHAPTER 24

To find Vdc out of unfilt. F.W. rect.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-7

Vdc = 0.637 x VPK of 1/2 secondary

=0.637*D558

CHAPTER 24

To find Vdc out of unfilt. F.W. rect.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-8

Vdc = 0.318 x VPK of full secondary

=0.318*D561

CHAPTER 24

To find PIV of unfilt. F.W. rect.


PIV (F.W.) = 1.414 x Vrms full secondary

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-9
CHAPTER 24
Formula 24-10

To find ripple freq. F.W. rect.


Ripple freq. = 2 x ac input frequency

Excel formula in column H is:


=2*D567

ac input f

CHAPTER 24

To find Vdc out (unfilt. bridge rect.)

Excel formula in column H is:

Vrms input

Formula 24-11

Vdc = 0.9 x Vrms of ac input

=0.9*D570

CHAPTER 24

To find Vdc out (unfilt. bridge rect.)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-12

Vdc = 0.637 x VPK of ac input

=0.637*D573

CHAPTER 24

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-13

To find PIV of unfilt. bridge rect.


PIV (Bridge) = 1.414 x Vrms input

CHAPTER 24
Formula 24-14

To find ripple freq. (bridge rect.)


Ripple frequency (bridge) = 2 x ac in f

Excel formula in column H is:


=2*D579

=1.414*D546

200

282.8

60

60

100

90

V (full sec.)
200

90

VPK (1/2 sec.)


141.4

90.1

VPK (full sec.)


282.8

89.9

V (Full sec.)

=1.414*D564

200

282.8

60

120

12.6

11.34

17.8

11.34

200

282.8

60

120

Vpk input

Vrms input

=1.414*D576
ac input f

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
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580
581 CHAPTER 24
582 Formula 24-15

FORMULAS
To find power supply out % ripple
% Ripple = ac(ripple p-p)/dc out x 100

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)
Excel formula in column H is:
=D582/E582*100

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
ac ripple p-p

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

dc out
1

48

2.08

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #
CHAPTER 24

FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

To find power supply % regulation


% Reg. = (VNL- VFL)/ VFL x 100%

Excel formula in column H is:

To find power diss. by IC regulator


PREG = IB x VIN + IL x (VIN -VOUT )

Excel formula in column H is:

To find efficiency of IC regulator


= Pout / (Pout + Preg) x 100%

Excel formula in column H is:

To find regulated dc output voltage


Vout = Vref x (1+R2 / R1 )

Excel formula in column H is:

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-20

To find D factor for "buck" reg.


D = Ton / (Ton + Toff)

CHAPTER 24

To find Vout of a "buck" reg.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-21

Vout = Vin x D

=D600*E600

CHAPTER 24

To find Vout of a "boost" reg.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-22

Vout = Vin /(1-D)

=D603/(1-E603)

CHAPTER 24

To find Vout of a "flyback" reg.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-23

Vout = -Vin x D/(1-D)

=-D606*E606/(1-E606)

CHAPTER 25

To find transistor emitter current


IE = IC + IB

Excel formula in column H is:

To find dc Beta of transistor


dc = IC/IB

Excel formula in column H is:

To find collector current


IC = dc x IB

Excel formula in column H is:

To find base current


IB = IC / dc

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 24-16
CHAPTER 24
Formula 24-17
CHAPTER 24
Formula 24-18
CHAPTER 24
Formula 24-19
CHAPTER 24

Formula 25-1
CHAPTER 25
Formula 25-2
CHAPTER 25
Formula 25-3
CHAPTER 25
Formula 25-4

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
VNL(volts)

=(D585-E585)/E585*100

VFL(volts)

12.2
IB (amps)

=(D588*E588)+F588*(E588-G588)

11.8
VIN (V)

Pout (W)

24

Vref (V)

1.446
R2 (ohms)

1.25
Ton (msec)

=D597/(D597+E597)

240

Vin (volts)

1.46

60.88
R1 (ohms)
240

2.5

0.5

0.5

12

0.5

48.00

0.5

-24

0.001

18.001

D value

Vin (volts)

D value
24

Vin (volts)

D value
24

IC (mA)

IB (mA)
18

IC (mA)

IB (mA)
1.2

dc

=D615*E615

15

50

24

=D612/E612

VOUT (V)

Toff (msec)
50

=D609+E609

0.15

Preg (W)
2.25

=D594*(1+E594/F594)

3.39
IL (amps)

0.0044

=D591/(D591+E591)*100

=D618/E618

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

0.024

50

IB (mA)
50

IC (mA)

0.024

1.2

50

0.024

dc
1.2

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #
CHAPTER 25
Formula 25-5
CHAPTER 25
Formula 25-6
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-1
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-2
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-3
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-4
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-5
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-6
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-7
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-8
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-9
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-10

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

FORMULAS
To find Alpha of transistor
= IC / IE

Excel formula in column H is:

To find ac Beta (curr. gain) of trans.


ac = IC / IB

Excel formula in column H is:

To find voltage gain of amplifier


AV = Vout / Vin

Excel formula in column H is:

To find current gain of amplifier


AI = Iout / Iin

Excel formula in column H is:

To find power gain of an amplifier


AP = AV x AI

Excel formula in column H is:

To find base V with V divider bias


VB VTH = Vcc x R2 / (R1 + R2)

Excel formula in column H is:

To find emitter curr. with V div. bias


IE = (VB - VBE) / RE

Excel formula in column H is:

To find collector-emitter voltage


VCE = VCC - IE x (RC + RE)

Excel formula in column H is:

To find dynamic emitter resistance


re' = 25 mV / IE

Excel formula in column H is:

To find input impedance


ZIN = R1|| R2|| (Beta +1) x re'

Excel formula in column H is:

Approximation of output impedance


ZOUT = RC

Excel formula in column H is:

Approximation of voltage gain


AV = -RC / re'

Excel formula in column H is:

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
IC (mA)

IE (mA)

=D621/E621

9.8
IC (mA)

=D624/E624
Vout (Vpp)

Iout (Ipp)
10
AV

50

0.05

24

0.5

20

20

480

AI

=D633*E633

24
VCC (volts)

=D636*F636/(E636+F636)

R1 (ohms)
12

VB (volts)

VBE (volts)

VCC (volts)

2000

1.71

RE (ohms)

0.7

1000
RC (k )

IE (mA)
12

R2 (ohms)

12000

1.714

=D642-(E642*(F642+G642))

1.014

0.001014
RE (k )

3.9

7.03

IE (mA)

(mV)

=D645/E645

=-D654/E654

0.04

Iin (Ipp)

=D630/E630

=D651

0.98

Vin (Vpp)
1.2

=(D639-E639)/F639

10
IB (mA)

=D627/E627

=1/(1/D648+1/E648+(1/(F648+1)))*G648

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

25
R1 (ohms)
12000

1.014
R2 (ohms)
2000

24.65
re' (ohms)

Beta
100

24.65

2351.13

RC (ohms)
3000
RC (ohms)
3900

3000
re' (ohms)
24.65

-158.22

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NOTE: Some of the most-used, more-complex and useful formulas and Excel equivalents are highlighted in yellow.
The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #

655
656 CHAPTER 26
657 Formula 26-11
658

FORMULAS
Approximation of current gain
(R1||R2)/(R1||R2)+( +1)re'

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)
Excel formula in column H is:
=D657*(E657*F657/(E657+F657))/
((E657*F657/(E657+F657))+(D657+1)*G657

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
R1 (ohms)

100

12000

R2 (ohms)
2000

re' (ohms)
24.65

40.78

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These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-12
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-13
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-14
CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-15

CHAPTER 26
Formula 26-16
where:

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

FORMULAS
Approximation of input impedance
ZIN = R1|| R2|| (Beta +1) x (re'+RE1))

Excel formula in column H is:

Approximation of output impedance


ZOUT = RC

Excel formula in column H is:

Approximation of voltage gain


AV -RC / (re' + RE1 )

Excel formula in column H is:

Approximation of current gain


(R1||R2)/(R1||R2)+( +1)x(re'+RE1)

Excel formula in column H is:

Approx. gain of multistage amplifier


AV = AV1 x AV2 x AV3

Excel formula in column H is:

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
R1 (ohms)

=1/(1/E661+1/F661+(1/((D661+1)*(G661))))

100

R2 (ohms)

12000

2000

(re' +RE1)
1024.65

1686.35

RC (ohms)

=D664

3900
RC (ohms)

=-D667/(E667+F667)

3900
re' (ohms)

3900

24.65
R1 (ohms)

=D670*(E670*F670/(E670+F670))/
((E670*F670/(E670+F670))+(D670+1)*(G670))

100

AV1
10

1000
R2 (ohms)

12000

AV2

=D674*E674*F674

RE1 (ohms)

2000

AV3

-3.81
(re' +RE1)
1024.65

1.63

---

50

50

25000

AV1 = Zin1/(Zin1 + Zs)


AV2 is the gain of first amplifier
AV3 = Zin2/(Zin2 + Zout1)
AV4 is gain of 2nd amp

CHAPTER 26

To approximate ZIN for CC amplifier

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 26-17

ZIN = R1||R2|| ((x (re' +RE))

=1/(1/D681+1/E681+(1/((F681+1)*G681)))

CHAPTER 26

To approximate Zout for CC amplifier

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 26-18

ZOUT = RE || re'

=1/(1/D684+1/E684)

CHAPTER 26

To approx. v. gain of CC amplifier


AV = RE/(re' + RE)

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 26-19

R1 (ohms)
12000
RE (ohms)
500
RE (ohms)

=D687/(E687+F687)

1000

R2 (ohms)
2000

re' + RE

100

1024

1686.33

re' (ohms)
24.65
re' (ohms)
24.65

23.49
RE (ohms)
1000

0.98

Note: AV 1
CHAPTER 26

To approx. curr. gain of CC amplifier


Ai -

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 26-20
CHAPTER 26

To find approx Zin of CB amplifier

Excel formula in column H is:

=-D691

100
RE (ohms)

-100
re' (ohms)

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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FORMULA #

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

FORMULAS

Formula 26-21

ZIN = RE || re'

=D694*E694/(D694+E694)

CHAPTER 26

To find approx Zout of CB amplifier

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 26-22

ZOUT = RC

=D697

CHAPTER 26

To approx. v. gain of CB amplifier


AV = RC / re'

Excel formula in column H is:

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 26-24

To approx. current gain of CB amp


Ai -1

CHAPTER 26

To define VCE at cutoff condition

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 26-25

VCE = VCC

=D706

CHAPTER 26

To find IC value at saturation

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 26-26

IC(sat) = VCC/(RC + RE)

=D709/(E709+F709)

CHAPTER 27

To find drain curr JFETs & MOSFETs


ID=IDSS(1-(VGS/VGS(off) ))2

Formula 26-23
CHAPTER 26

Formula 27-1

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
1000

24.65

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)
24.06

RC (ohms)
3900
RC (ohms)

=D700/E700

3900
re' (ohms)

3900

24.65

158.22

AI

=D703

-1

-1

12

12

VCC (volts)

VCC (volts)

RC (ohms)
12

RE (ohms)

3900

1000

0.00245

(NOTE: Shockley's equation, shown here for information only!)


CHAPTER 27
Formula 27-2
CHAPTER 27
Formula 27-3

To find transconductance of FET


gm = ID / VGS

Excel formula in column H is:

To find JFET gate to source V


VGS = VGG

Excel formula in column H is:

=D716/E716

ID (amps)

VGS(V)

0.002

0.000667

VGG (volts)

=D719

(Note: Using fixed bias)


CHAPTER 27
Formula 27-4

To find JFET drain to source V


VDS = VDD - ID x RD

Excel formula in column H is:

VDD (volts)

=D723-(E723*F723)

ID (amps)
12

0.005

RD (ohms)
1000

(Note: Using fixed bias)


CHAPTER 27
Formula 27-5

To find JFET gate to source V


VGS = - ID x RS
(Note: Using self bias)

Excel formula in column H is:


=-D727*E727

ID (amps)
0.004

RS (ohms)
1000

-4

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #
CHAPTER 27
Formula 27-6

FORMULAS
To find JFET drain to source V
VDS = VDD - ID x RD - ID x RS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)
Excel formula in column H is:

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
ID (amps)
RD (ohms)
RS (ohms)

VDD (volts)

=D731-(E731*F731)-(E731*G731)

18

0.01

1000

390

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

4.1

(Note: Using self and V div. bias)


CHAPTER 27
Formula 27-7

To find JFET gate voltage


VG = VDD x R2 / (R1 + R2)

Excel formula in column H is:

VDD (volts)

=D735*F735/(E735+F735)

R1 (ohms)
12

R2 (ohms)

100000

33000

2.98

(Note: Using voltage div. bias)


CHAPTER 27
Formula 27-8

To find JFET gate to source V


VGS = VG - ID x RS

Excel formula in column H is:

VG (volts)

=D739-(E739*F739)

ID (amps)

2.98

RS (ohms)

0.0085

470

-1.02

(Note: Using V divider bias)


CHAPTER 27
Formula 27-9

To find E-MOSFET drain curr.


ID = k x (VGS - VT)2
(NOTE: Shockley's equation, shown here for information only!)

CHAPTER 27
Formula 27-10
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-1
(open loop)
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-2
(open loop)
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-3
(open loop)
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-4

To find FET power dissipation


PFET = VDS x ID

Excel formula in column H is:

To find op-amp output V


Vout = - AVOL x Vin

Excel formula in column H is:

VDS (volts)

=D747*E747

ID (amps)

0.12

50000

0.0002

-10

(Note: Inverting input)


To find op-amp output V
Vout = AVOL x Vin

Excel formula in column H is:

Vin (volts)

AVOL

=D754*E754

50000

0.0002

10

(Note: Non-inverting input)


To find op-amp output V
Vout = AVOL x (V1 - V2)

Excel formula in column H is:


=D758*(E758-F758)

V1 (volts)

AVOL
50000

V2 (volts)

0.002

0.0015

25

(Note: Differential amp circuit config.)


To find inv. op-amp V gain
AV = Vout / Vin

Excel formula in column H is:

Vout (volts)

=D762/E762

Vin (volts)

-15

(Note: Assuming infinite input z)


CHAPTER 28

0.156

Vin (volts)

AVOL

=-D750*E750

1.3

To find inv. op-amp V gain

Excel formula in column H is:

Rf (ohms)

Ri (ohms)

-7.5

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #
Formula 28-5

FORMULAS
AV = -Rf / Ri

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)
=-(D766/E766)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
27000

1800

-15

(Note: Closed loop V gain)


CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-6
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-7

To find non-inv. op-amp V gain


AV = (Rf / Ri) + 1

Excel formula in column H is:

To find V gain of V div. non-inv. amp.


AV=[(R2/R1)+1] x [R4/(R4 + R3)]

Excel formula in column H is:

=(D770/E770)+1

=(E773/D773+1)*((G773/(G773+F773)))

Rf (ohms)
13000
R1 (ohms)
10000

Ri (ohms)
1000
R2 (ohms)
50000

14
R3 (ohms)
20000

R4 (ohms)
10000

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DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-8

CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-9

FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

To find V out of subtractor circuit


Vout=Vin+x((R2/R1)+1)x(R4/(R4+R3))+

Excel formula in column H is:

Vin- x (-R2/R1)

G776*(-F776/E776)

To find V out of subtractor circuit


Vout = Vin+ - Vin-

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
Vin+ (volts)

R1 (ohms)

=D776*(F776/E776+1)*(E778/(E778+D778))+

Excel formula in column H is:

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

R2 (ohms)

10000
R4 (ohms)

5000

5000

R3 (ohms)

Vin+ (volts)

Vin- (volts)

10000

Vin- (volts)

=D781-E781

-5

-7

(Note: Simplified formula when


R1=R2=R3=R4)
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-10

CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-11

To find V out of summing amplifier


Vout=Vin1 x (-Rf/R1)+Vin2 x (-Rf/R2)

Excel formula in column H is:

To find V out of summing amplifier


Vout=Vin1 x (-Rf/R1)+Vin2 x (-Rf/R2) +

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 28-12

Rf&R1&R2
2

Vin1 (volts)
5
R2 (ohms)

R3 (ohms)

To find V out of summing amplifier


Vout = (1+R2/R1) x [Vin1xR4/(R3+R4)] +

Excel formula in column H is:

R1 (ohms)

=(1+E795/D795)*(D797*(G795/(F795+G795))+

Vin2 x R3/(R3 + R4)]

E797*F795/(F795+G795))

10000
20000
Vin1 (volts)
Vin2 (volts)

10000

To find V out. change for integ. circ.


Vout-Vin / (R x C)] x t

Excel formula in column H is:


=D800/(E800*F800)*G800

- V in

CHAPTER 28

To find V out. for differentiator circ.


Vout = (-R x C) x (Vint)

Excel formula in column H is:

R (ohms)

To find V output of instrum. amp.


Vout = (1 + 2 x R/RG) x (V2 - V1)

Excel formula in column H is:

To find upper thresh. pt. of Sch. trig.


UTP = Vmax x [R1/(R1 + R2)]

Excel formula in column H is:

CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-15
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-16

Vin3 (volts)

(-F792/E792)
(Note: 3-input inverting amp with R1 and R3 of equal value)

CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-13

=(D803*E803)*(F803/G803)

=(1+2*D806/E806)*(F806-G806)

=D809*(E809/(E809+F809))

10000
Vmax (volts)
12

-2.5

1000
R3 (ohms)

R4 (ohms)

10000

C (F)
R (ohms)
1000

20000

5.5

t (sec)
0.01

Vin (V)
0.01

RG (ohms)

R (ohms)

5000

Rf (ohms)

2.5

C (F)

-1000

-5

R1 (ohms)
5

5000
R2 (ohms)

-3

1.5

Formula 28-14

Vin2 (volts)

10000

Vin2 (volts)

D790*(-F792/G790)+(E790)*(-F792/D792)+(F790)*

Vin3 x (-Rf/R3)

CHAPTER 28

Vin1 (volts)

=D786*(-E786/E786)+F786*(-E786/E786)
(Note: For inverting amplifier with all R's equal value)

10000

-1.5

-5

0.5

7.5

t (sec)
0.5

V2 (volts)

5000
R1 (ohms)

V1 (volts)
2

R2 (ohms)
100000

1.09

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These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

CHAPTER # &
FORMULA #
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-17
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-18

FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

Formula 28-19

Vmin (volts)

R1 (ohms)

Excel formula in column H is:

To find output V of IC audio amplifier


Vout = Vin x [R1B / (R1A+R1B-jXC1)]

Excel formula in column H is:

Vin (volts)

=(D815*E815)/SQRT((F815+E815)^2+(G815)^2)*

0.1
2000
RSPK (ohms) jXC2 (ohms)

=D812*(E812/(E812+F812))

(20*D817)/SQRT(D817^2+E817^2)
(Note: R1A and R1B = input signal potentiometer)
CHAPTER 28

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

To find lower thresh. pt. of Sch. trig.


LTP = Vmin x [R1/(R1 + R2)]

x 20 x [RSPK) / (RSPK-jXC2 )]

To find Vout of OTA diff. amplifier


Vout = (V1 - V2) x k x IBIAS x RL

Excel formula in column H is:

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

-12

10000
R1B (ohms)

8
V1 (volts)

=(D820-E820)*F820*(G820*D822)

R2 (ohms)
100000
R1A (ohms)
8000

-1.09
jXC1 (ohms)
723.4

0.397

0.7234
V2 (volts)

0.2

IBIAS (amps)

0.15

20

0.000486

4.86

RL(ohms)
10000
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-20

To find UTP V for Sch. trig. comp.


UTP = IBIAS x R1

Excel formula in column H is:

IBIAS (amps)

=D825*E825

R1 (ohms)

0.000486

10000

4.86

where:
IBIAS = VBIAS - V - - 0.7/RBIAS
To find LTP V for Sch. trig. comp.
LTP = -IBIAS x R1

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 28-21
CHAPTER 28

To find fC of 1st order low-pass filter

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 28-22

fc = 1/(2 x R x C)

=1/(D833*E833*F833)

CHAPTER 28

To find Vout of 1st order low-pass filt.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 28-23

Vout = Vin x [-jXC/(R-jXC)] x (1+R2/R1)

=D836*E836/SQRT(F836^2+E836^2)*

CHAPTER 28

IBIAS (amps)

=D830*E830

(1+G836/D838)

R1 (ohms)

-0.000486
2

10000
R (ohms)

6.28
Vin (volts)

1000
- j XC

-4.86
C (farads)
0.000001
R (ohms)

10000

10000

159.24
R2 (ohms)
10000

1.414

R1 (ohms)
10000

CHAPTER 28

To find fC of 1st order hi-pass filter

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 28-24

fc = 1/(2 x R x C)

=1/(D841*E841*F841)

CHAPTER 28

To find Vout of 1st order hi-pass filt.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 28-25

Vout = Vin x [R/(R - jXC)] x (1+R2/R1)

=D844*(E844/SQRT(E844^2+F844^2))
*(1+G844/D846))

R (ohms)
6.28

Vin (volts)

R (ohms)
1

R1 (ohms)

10000

10000

C (farads)
2.2E-009

7238
R2 (ohms)

- j XC
10000

10000

1.414

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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FORMULAS

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
10000

CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-26

To find center f of bandpass filter


fo=1/2 x[R1xR2/(R1+R2)]xR3xC1xC2)

Excel formula in column H is:

R1 (ohms)

=1/(6.28*SQRT(D849*E849/(D849+E849)*

1000
C2 (farads)

F849*G849*D851))

R2 (ohms)

R3 (ohms)

1000

C1 (farads)

20000 0.00000001

7345

4.7E-009
CHAPTER 28

To find the BW of bandpass filter


BW = fo/Q

Excel formula in column H is:

To find low cutoff f of bandpass filter


fc1 = fo - BW/2

Excel formula in column H is:

To find upper cutoff f of bandps. filt.


fc2 = fo + BW/2

Excel formula in column H is:

To find center f of bandstop filter


fo = 1/(2 x R1 x R2 x C1 x C2 )

Excel formula in column H is:

To find digit. dec. value for ADC circ.


DATA = Vin1 x (255/5 V) dec. rep.

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 28-31
CHAPTER 28

To find Vout for DAC coverter

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 28-32

Vout = (-VREF/R14) x [D 7 /2)+(D6/4)+D5/8)

=(-D869/E869)*((F869/2)+(G869/4)+(D871/8)

+(D4/16)+(D3/32)+(D2/64)+(D1/128)+

+(E871/16)+(F871/32)+(G871/64)+(D873/128)

(D0/256)] x (- R1)

+(E873/256))*(-F873)

Formula 28-27
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-28
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-29
CHAPTER 28
Formula 28-30
CHAPTER 28

fo (Hz)

=D854/E854

Q
7345

fo (Hz)

=D857-(E857/2)

3.16
BW (Hz)

7345
fo (Hz)

=D860+(E860/2)

2324

R1 (ohms)

2324
R2 (ohms)

1000

Excel formula in column H is:

fr = 1/2 x LC

=1/(D876*SQRT(E876*F876))

CHAPTER 29

To find fr of a Hartley Osc. circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 29-2

fr = 1/2 x LtC

=1/(D879*SQRT(E879*F879))

CHAPTER 29

To find LT in Hartley Osc. tank circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

C2 (farads)

0.00000001 0.00000001

3561

VREF (volts)

102
R14 (ohms)

10
D5

D4

0.00004
Lt (H)

2
6.28

5.390625

R1 (ohms)

L (H)
6.28

0
D2

0
D0

D6
1

D3

L1A (H)

D7

10000

Formula 29-1

C1 (farads)

20000

D1

To find fr of LC tank circuit

8507

Vin1 (volts)

=D866*(255/5)

CHAPTER 29

6183

BW (Hz)
7345

=1/(6.28*SQRT(D863*E863*F863*G863))

2324

0.00004
L1B (H)

10000
C (farads)
1E-010

2517737

C (farads)
1E-010

2517737

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DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

Formula 29-3

Lt = L1A + L1B

=D882+E882

CHAPTER 29

To find fr of a Colpitts Osc. circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 29-4

fr = 1/2 x L1CT

=1/(D885*SQRT(E885*F885))

CHAPTER 29

To find CT in Colpitts Osc. tank circ.

Excel formula in column H is:

C1 (farads)

Formula 29-5

CT = C1 x C2/(C1 + C2)

=D888*E888/(D888+E888)

0.000000001

0.00002
2

0.00002

0.00004
CT (farads)

L (H)
6.28

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

0.0001

3.33E-010

872606

C2 (farads)
5E-010

0.000000000333

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These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES

CHAPTER 29

To find CT in Clapp Osc. tank circuit

Excel formula in column H is:

C1 (farads)

Formula 29-6

CT = 1/(1/C1 + 1/C2 + 1/C3)

C2 (farads)

=1/(1/D891+1/E891+1/F891)

0.000000001

CHAPTER 29

To find fr of a phase-shift oscillator

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 29-7

fr = 1/2 x R x C x 6

=1/((D894*E894*F894*SQRT(6)))

0.0000001
R (ohms)

6.28

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

C3 (farads)
0.0000001

0.000000000980

C (farads)

3300

0.00000001

1970

(Note: All R's = and All C's = value)


CHAPTER 29

To find fr of Wien bridge oscillator

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 29-8

fr = 1/2 x R x C

=1/(D898*E898*F898)

CHAPTER 29

Estimated timing for monostable MV


ton = 0.69 x RC x C

Excel formula in column H is:

Est. timing for 555 type mono. MV


tw = 1.1 x RC x C

Excel formula in column H is:

Formula 29-10
CHAPTER 29
Formula 29-11

Est. timing intervals for astable MV


t = 0.7 x R x C

Excel formula in column H is:


=0.7*D907*E907

RC1 (ohms)

CHAPTER 29

Operating freq. of an astable MV


f = 1/1.38 x RC x C

Excel formula in column H is:

RC (ohms)

Formula 29-9
CHAPTER 29

Formula 29-12

=0.69*D901*E901

=1.1*D904*E904

=1/(1.38*D910*E910)

R (ohms)
6.28

RC (ohms)

C (farads)

100000

0.0000001

15.92

C (farads)

100000
RC (ohms)

0.0000001

0.0069

C (farads)

1000000

0.00001

11

CC1 (Fd)

10000 0.00000001

0.00007

C (farads)

47000 0.00000001

1542

Note: If R's = value and C's = vaues


CHAPTER 29
Formula 29-13

Operating freq. of an IC astable MV


f = 1/0.69 x C x (RA + 2 x RB)

CHAPTER 30

Note: No formulas used in this chapter

CHAPTER 31

To find V to be dropped by R in LED circ.


VR = VS - VD

Formula 31-1
CHAPTER 31
Formula 31-2

To find R value for given LED curr.


R = VR / ID
(Note: Knowing that VR = VS-VD)

RA (ohms)

Excel formula in column H is:

C (farads)

=1/(0.69*D914*(E914+2*F914))

0.000000001

Excel formula in column H is:

VS (volts)

=D919-E919
Excel formula in column H is:
=D922/E922

10000

RB (ohms)
47000

13935

VD (volts)
12

VR (volts)

1.5

10.5

ID (amps)
7.5

0.015

500

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The chapters' text-style formulas in Column B are shown in Excel formula format in Column C.
These same formulas are used as operative formulas in Column H, where the formula-computed answers are shown.
DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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925 CHAPTER 31
926 Formula 31-3

FORMULAS
To find R value for given LED curr.
R = (VS - VD) / ID

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)
Excel formula in column H is:
=(D926-E926)/F926

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
VD (volts)
ID (amps)

VS (volts)
9

1.5

0.015

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

500

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DIRECTIONS: Replace sample parameter values shown in columns D through E, F, or G with the values for your problem, and your answer appears in Column H.

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CHAPTER 31
Formula 31-4

FORMULAS
To find I in photodiode circuit
I = R x PRCVD

EXCEL EQUIVALENT FORMULAS


("CELL ADDRESSES" APPROACH)

PARAMETER HEADINGS
AND THEIR VALUES
PRCVD

R (ohms)
=D929*E929

ANSWERS:
From Use of Formulas
(Use Approp. Units)

100000 (unknown)

(Need value for E929)

(Note: Knowing device spectral response


and amount of received optical power)
CHAPTER 31
Formula 31-5

To find opto-isolator current


IC = CTR x ID

Excel formula in column H is:

ID (amps)

CTR

=D934*E934

0.01

0.01

333

-20

(Note: CTR is current transfer ratio)


CHAPTER 31
Formula 31-6
CHAPTER 31
Formula 31-7

Power gain/loss in fiber optic cable


A = 10 log10 (Pout / Pin)

Excel formula in column H is:

Find output power of fiber optic cbl.


Pout = Pin x ( 10A/10 )

Excel formula in column H is:

Pout (W)

=10*LOG(D938/E938,10)

=D941*(10^-20/10)

Pin (W)
3.33

Pin (W)
333

3.33E-019