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### week 6, 1B

Course: P 246, Fall 2009
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1B Week Physics 6 Questions Fall 1998 1. In the circuit below, battery #1 provides a fixed potential V1=1.50V, and battery #2 provides V2=6.00V. The light bulb R1 is a tungsten filament of uniform cross section -7 0.0314 mm2 and length 31.4 cm. The resistivity of the tungsten is = 6.7 x 10 m. Resister R2= R 3=6.6 . (a) Calculate the resistance of the light bulb; (b) Calculate the current through the circuit;...

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