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HW 9.3 - Circuit Rules - ONE FREE TRY TURNED OFF-problems.pdf

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tran (akt2275) – HW 9.3 - Circuit Rules - ONE FREE TRY TURNED OFF – brown – (AP1-almallaha4) This print-out should have 29 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page – find all choices before answering. DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNT OF MC, ONE FREE TRY IS TURNED OFF 001 10.0points The product (2 amperes) (2 volts) (2 seconds) is equal to 1. 8 Joules. 2. 8 calories. 3. 8 Newtons. 4. 8 Newton-Amperes. 5. 8 Coulombs. 002 10.0points In a particular television tube, a beam of electrons has a current of 3 . 7 × 10 - 5 A . How long does it take for 8 . 77 × 10 14 elec- trons to strike the screen? The fundamental charge is 1 . 602 × 10 - 19 C . Answer in units of s. 003(part1of3)10.0points What unit is equivalent to “Joule per Coulomb?” 1. Joule 2. kilogram 3. Coulomb 4. Watt 5. Ohm 6. volt 7. Ampere 004(part2of3)10.0points What unit is equivalent to “Coulomb per sec- ond?” 1. Joule 2. Coulomb 3. Ampere 4. Ohm 5. Watt 6. kilogram 7. volt 005(part3of3)10.0points What unit is equivalent to “Watt · second ?” 1. Joule 2. kilogram 3. Ohm 4. volt 5. Watt 6. Coulomb 7. Ampere 006(part1of2)10.0points Consider the two circuits below. ε ε R 1 Series Connection Parallel Connection R 2 R 2 R 1 In the series circuit, if the potential dif- ference across the battery is 20 V and the potential difference across R 1 is 12 V, what is the potential difference across R 2 ?
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tran (akt2275) – HW 9.3 - Circuit Rules - ONE FREE TRY TURNED OFF – brown – (AP1-almallaha4) 1. 240 V 2. Unable to determine 3. 8 V 4. 20 V 5. 12 V 6. 32 V 007(part2of2)10.0points In the parallel circuit, if the potential differ- ence across R 1 is 20 V, what is the potential difference across R 2 ? 1. 40 V 2. 400 V 3. 20 V 4. 5 V 5. 0 V 6. Unable to determine 008(part1of2)10.0points Consider the two circuits below. ε ε R 1 Series Connection Parallel Connection R 2 R 2 R 1 In the series circuit, if the current through R 1 is 1.5 A, what is the current through R 2 ? 1. Unable to determine 2. 3 A 3. 0.5 A 4. 1 A 5. 1.5 A 009(part2of2)10.0points In the parallel circuit, if the current put out by the battery is 3 A and the current through R 1 is 1 A, what is the current through R 2 ? 1. 4 A 2. 2 A 3. Unable to determine 4. 3 A 5. 1 A 010 10.0points Consider the circuit E 2 . 85 Ω 2 . 14 Ω 3 . 56 A a c b Find the potential difference V a - V b . Answer in units of V. 011 10.0points APPLY THE LOOP RULE TO EACH LOOP SEPARATELY Consider the following circuit containing identical bulbs A , B , C , D , and E respec- tively. Denote the potentials across bulbs as V A , V B , V C , V D , and V E .
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tran (akt2275) – HW 9.3 - Circuit Rules - ONE FREE TRY TURNED OFF – brown – (AP1-almallaha4) E A B C D E Rank the potentials across the bulbs.
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