1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider the following power supply circuit, which uses typical component values. The diodes have a forward drop of 0.6V each. Transformer voltages are RMS (root mean square). http://img294.imageshack.us/img294/1665/70454661.png [Broken] a. Determine the DC output voltage under ‘no load’. b. Determine the amplitude of the ripple when a current of 200mA is drawn from the supply. c. What should the current “rating” of the supply be, if the ripple (peak-to-peak) must be kept below 1% of the output voltage? d. Find the average power dissipated in the circuit assuming ω = 300 rad/s. 2. Relevant equations unsure... 3. The attempt at a solution Honestly, I'm just not really sure where to actually -start- on this. We barely touched on this material in class and our text (Principles of Electronics Analog and Digital) is fairly lacking in any sort of examples to try to follow the logic. I just need some tips on how to approach this problem from a fundamental standpoint, really, so if you can just give some tips on how to start with it, I can probably carry on.