Pease answer questions 4 and 5! Thank you so much!
4. Connect the 2nd resistor in parallel with the 1st
resistor and connect that combination to the battery.
Measure the following:
The current passing through the R1, I1 = ___0.0058____ A
The current passing through the R2, I2 = ___0.0031____ A
The current supplied by the battery, I = ___0.0092____ A
Calculate I1 + I2 = ____________ A
Is the following statement true? I = I1 + I2 _____Y or N______
Calculate the energy delivered by the battery
= V I = ____________ x ____________
= ___________ Watts
Why is the power delivered by the battery greater than in Step 1?
Answer: __________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
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5. Disconnect the battery from the circuit (but leave the two
resistors connected in parallel).
Use the Multimeter to measure the combined resistance of the two resistors connected in parallel:
Measure the equivalent resistance, R = ___680___ Ohms
Calculate 1/R, which equals to:
1/R = 1/R1 + 1/R2 = 1/( ) + 1/ ( )
= __________ + __________
= ____________
Calculate R = ____________ Ohms
Is the calculated R and measured R approximately equal to each other?
____________
Pease answer questions 4 and 5! Thank you so much! 4. Connect the 2nd resistor in...
Answer 4 & 5 please! thank you! R values = Resistor value, R1 = 990 Ohms Resistor value, R2 = 2050 Ohms 4. Connect the 2nd resistor in parallel with the 1st resistor and connect that combination to the battery. Measure the following: The current passing through the R1, I1 = ___0.0058____ A The current passing through the R2, I2 = ___0.0031____ A The current supplied by the battery, I = ___0.0092____ A Calculate I1 + I2 =...
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