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Lecture 10 - Quiz 2 is Friday Feb 26 4:30PM CW101,102,103...

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Quiz 2 is…. • Friday, Feb. 26, 4:30PM, CW101,102,103. • Covers voltage, batteries, capacitance, resistance, circuits. • Review, 7:30PM Wednesday, Feb. 24, CW102. • SAS Review, 6:00PM Thursday, Feb. 25, Pasley Auditorium.
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Not as dumb as you think What is the effective resistance for the circuit below if R 1 =10 4 and R 2 =0 ? A. 10 4 . B. 0 (short circuit). C. ∞Ω (open circuit) What is the effective resistance for the circuit below if R 1 =10 4 and R 2 = ∞Ω ? A. 10 4 . B. 0 (short circuit). C. ∞Ω (open circuit) R 1 =10 4 R 2
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Not as dumb as your think--2 I’ll give you 20 seconds for this question. Both circuits below have R 1 =10 4 . The top circuit has R 2 =10 2 . The bottom circuit has R 2 =10 6 . What are the effective resistances of the two circuits? A. Top: 10 4 , bottom: 10 4 . B. Top: 10 2 , bottom: 10 6 . C. Top: 10 4 , bottom: 10 6 . D. Top: 10 2 , bottom: 10 4 . R 1 =10 4 R 2 =10 6 R 1 =10 4 R 2 =10 2
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What is the effective resistance for the circuit below if R 1 =10 4 and R 2 =0 ? A. 10 4 . B. 0 (short circuit). C. ∞Ω (open circuit) What is the effective resistance for the circuit below if R 1 =10 4 and R 2 = ∞Ω ? A. 10
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