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Consider the circuit shown below: R1 = 600 ohm R2 = 480 ohm R3 = 240 ohm R4 = 210 ohm ε = 4.5 V a)Calculate the potential difference across R4. b)Calculate the power dissipated in R3. AA CN.
For the circuit shown in the figure, If R1=512, R2=10N, R3=3N, V1= V1}V, V2=5V and V3=7V. What is the value of the current 11 (in A)? R1 -W R3 M + + V2 V. 3 R2 $ 12 13
In the circuit shown, R1 = 7 ohm, R2 = 11 ohm, R3 = 9ohm, V1 = 19 V, and V2 = 8V. Find the voltage across R3.
R1 13 |12 Vg V2 R3 R2 18 Ohm and R3 16 Ohm. 90 V, R2 In the circuit, Vg Find the value of R1 (Unit: Ohm) Hint: use Ohm's Law, KCL and KVL 150 V, V2 Submit Answer Tries 0/5 +V3 +
R1= 24.8 ohms R2= 13.9 ohms R3= 25.5 ohms V1= 5 volts V2= 11.9 volts V3= 9.1 volts What is the current through the 13.9 ohm resistor? R1 V1 V2 R2 V3 R3
In the circuit shown in the figure, VA = VB = 10.0 and R1 = R2 = R3 = R4 = Rs = 50.0. Current Is flows up through Rs, and I5 = 0.0500 A. Determine the current 14 through R4. Assume the direction of positive current flow is downward through R4. mm VA 14 = A Determine the voltage V2 across R2. mm V2 = V w Determine the power P3 dissipated by R3. R P3 = W
The circuit shown in the figure below contains three resistors (R1, R2, and R3) and three batteries (VA, VB, and Vc). The resistor values are: R1=2 Ohms, R2=R3=6 Ohms, and the battery voltages are VA=25 V, V3=15 V, and Vc=20 V. When the circuit is connected, what will be the power dissipated by R2? Vc R1 + VA VB R2 R3 1.0 w 2.0 W 5.0 W 6.0 W 7.5 W
For the following circuit, assume that R1 = 1 ohm, R2 = 2 ohms, R3 = 8 ohms, and R4 = 4 ohms. Also assume that V1 = 50 volts and V2 = 100 volts. Find the current through each of the resistors and the power dissipated through all of the resistors. (Hint: You’ll need to use Kirchoff’s Loop and Junction Rule) Vi R2 R3 R4 NV
current controlled voltage source 2i R2 V3 EV1 V2 R1 In the circuit above V1 = 86V,V2=96 V, 11-7AR1:39 ? and R2 : 35 ?. Use nodal analysis to find the voltage at node A in the circuit above. Note the presence of a dependent voltage source V3 Voltage across that source is 2i. i is the current through the resistor R2 and the source V2
Consider the circuit shown in the figure with resistors R1= 4.0 Ω, R2= 3.0 Ω, R3= 3.0 Ω, and batteries V1= 2.0 V, V2=1.5 V respectively. What is the potential drop (voltage) across resistor R3?