- Homework Statement
- Find the Norton equivalent circuit of the circuit in Fig 4.45 at terminals a-b
- Homework Equations
- When a short-circuit exists, current of other resistances with parallel is 0
I am not an English speaker, I apologize that I cannot use English well.
I have a question calculating the IN. When the terminal a-b is short-circuited, is it right that the currents are zero at 2 ohm and 6 ohm resistances?(Because they are parallel with a short-circuit.)
Also, because the current is zero at 2 ohm resistance, the Vx is zero. Is it right?