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### ISMCh27

Course: PHYS 1302, Spring 2008
School: Minnesota
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27 CHAPTER Direct-Current Circuits Answers to Understanding the Concepts Questions 1. Tap water is an excellent conductor, and if the appliance falls into the tub there is a danger that a large current will flow through the body of the person in the tub, causing bums and sometimes heart failure. The voltmeter measures the terminal voltage V across the battery, and that depends on the current I drawn and the...

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