1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In one of my labs for a circuit analysis class we are told to design a simple DC power supply. The power supply will have three outputs, +4.5V, -4.5V, and an adjustable output from 0-11V. I have already done most of this and the question I have is could you design this so that multiple outputs could be used at the same time and not affect the others. Here is the basis of our power supply: Where our outputs are connected to the load branch coming of the diodes. The way I have mine now works fine as long as you only use one of the outputs. I have noticed most of the power supplies I have used have multiple outputs but only one can be used at a time. Is this really unavoidable or unpractical?