209 w 102 w 30 4092 w 4. a) For a given circuit in Fig.4a, calculate equivalent resistance and current on each resistors, b) For a given circuit in Fig.4b, calculate equivalent capacitance and charge on cach capacitors 10V Fig. 4a 2.0F 10 pF HH 3.0 F 40 MF TH - 10 V Fig.4b
Question No 4: -8+8 16 points) s 0 Ca 24V s n (-la) Find α'uivalent resistance of the circuit below (Fig 4a) Also, calculate current and voltage through each resistor. (4b) Find equivalent capacitance of the circuit(Fig: 4b) Also, find charge and voltage through each capacitor
(a) In an RLC circuit, can the amplitude of the volt- age across an inductor be greater than the amplitude of the generator emf? (b) Consider an RLC circuit with emf amplitude =15.6 V, resistance R=10 ohms, inductance L=1.0 H, and capacitance C=1.0 mF. Find the amplitude of the voltage across the inductor in volts. (5 sig fig)
Question 10 3 pts A capacitor has a small capacitance of C. The capacitor is charged by placing a potential difference of V = 158 between its plates and the energy it stores is 69 J. What is the capacitance in MF? Note: 1.0 MF 10- F. Please round your answer to the nearest whole number (integer). Equation: U = CV Question 11 3 pts The figure below shows a circuit that contains four capacitors. Find (a) the equivalent capacitance,...
1. Are the two capacitors shown in the circuit in series, or in parallel? a)Parallel b) Series 2. Calculate the equivalent capacitance between points A and B for the circuit shown. All the capacitors are 17 μF each. Give your answer in μF. 3. In an R-C circuit the resistance is 171 Ω and Capacitance is 40 μF, what will be the time constant? Give your answer in milliseconds. 4. The time constant of an RC circuit is the time...
RC circuit question? You need to construct an RC circuit with a time constant of 0.25 s, and you are given aselection of 1, 10, 100, and 1000 µF capacitors, and 1, 10, 100, and 1000 Ω resistors. Draw acircuit which accomplishes this task, labeling the resistance or capacitance of each component. Keep the circuit as simple as possible.
#2 b. Determine the equivalent resistance of the circuit 42) 2. Given the arrangement of capacitors given to the probably not answer these questions in the exact a. What is the equivalent capacitance of this right, answer the following questions. You will 24 V order they are asked Cs 2.0 uF arrangement? b. Cs What is voltage across each capacitor? e on each capacitor? 1.2 uF Ca | 3.5 μF age als to 10% of its original value?
4) Midterm question Problem 2 (30 points) C=30 uF The air capacitors with C=Cq=3.0 MF, C=2.04F and C3= 1.0F are connected to a Vo battery as shown. If the charge on C2 is Q2=20.0 C, | ,2015 Foton C1.0 F (a) (15 pts. Find the equivalent capacitance of the circuit. (b) (15 pts.) Find V. 1) A charge Q is placed on a capacitor of capacitance C=C. The capacitor is then, connected to a resistor and another capacitor of capacitance...
Assume you are given two resistors with resistances R =8.0 kN and R2-4,0 kN and two capacitors with capacitances C,=8.0 pF and C=4.0 PF. a) Calculate the equivalent resistances Reg and the equivalent capacitance Ceq if the resistors are connected in series and the capacitors are connected in parallel. b) Now, use the Reg and Ce that you calculate in part (a) to construct an RC circuit. An emf of 27 V is applied across Reg and Ceg to charge...
M Review Constants Part A - Determine the equivalent inductance to the right of terminals b and e, including L4 Learning Goal: To reduce series-parallel combinations of inductors or capacitors to an equivalent inductance or capacitance. Inductors in series and parallel combine like resistors in series and parallel. It is possible to use Kirchhoffs current law to find the current through the equivalent inductance. Moreover, capacitors in series combine like resistors in parallel and vice versa. It is possible to...