Set 4- Resistors - Kathryn Claire Welch- PHY 232 Spring...

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Unformatted text preview: Kathryn Claire Welch- PHY 232 Spring 2008 1 Set 04 (02/13 We midnight) Due date: Wed Feb 13 23:59:00 2008 A 4.12 resistor, a 5.02 resistor, and a 8.26 resistor are connected in series with a 21.0 V battery. What is the equivalent resistance? You are correct. Your receipt is 164-1129 What is the current in each resistor? You are correct. Your receipt is 164-7270 You are given three resistors with the following resistances: R 1 = 4.42 , R 2 = 9.38 , and R 3 = 2.70 . What is the largest resistance you can build using these three resistors? You are correct. Your receipt is 164-5423 What is the smallest resistance you can assemble using these three resistors? You are correct. Your receipt is 164-9937 Find the equivalent resistance of the circuit shown in the figure. Assume that V = 27.5 V, R 1 = 19.5 , R 2 = 7.47 , R 3 = 4.82 and R 4 = 19.0 . You are correct. Your receipt is 164-5262 Find the equivalent resistance of the circuit shown in the figure. Assume that V = 17.2 V, R 1 = 2.92 , R 2 = 8.32 , R 3 = 9.01 , R 4 = 4.50 and R 5 = 2.52 . You are correct. Your receipt is 164-279 A heating element in a stove is designed to dissipate 3400 W of heat when it is connected to 245 V. Assuming that the resistance is constant, calculate the current in this element if...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course PHY 232 taught by Professor Mr.nagy during the Spring '06 term at Michigan State University.

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Set 4- Resistors - Kathryn Claire Welch- PHY 232 Spring...

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