Lab 215 - Part I Voltage (V) 11.99 Calculation: Resistor 1...

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Part I Single resistor Voltage (V) Resistance (Ω) Calculated Current (A) Actual Current (A) 11.99 5600 0.0021411 Amps 0.0021 Amps Calculation: Resistor 1 11.99 0.0021411 5600 V I R = = = Part II Circuit of resistors in series Current (A) Resistance (Ω) Calculated Voltage (V) Actual Voltage (V) R1 0.0011 100 .11 .107 R2 0.0011 1000 1.1 1.083 R3 0.0011 10,000 11 10.79 Total Circuit 0.0011 11,100 12.21 11.98 Calculations for Part II: Resistor 1 (0.0011)(100) 0.11 V IR = = = Resistor 2 (0.0011)(1000) 1.1 V IR = = = Resistor 3 (0.0011)(11,000) 11 V IR = = = Total Circuit (0.0011)(100) .11 V IR = = = Theory: Total current of resistors in series is a constant. Total voltage of resistors in series is the sum of individual voltages
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Part III Circuit of resistors in parallel Voltage (V) Resistance (Ω) Calculated Current (A) Actual Current (A) R1 11.98 100 0.1198 0.1156 R2 11.98 1000 0.01198 0.0118 R3 11.98 10,000 0.001198 0.0012 Total Circuit 11.98 90.1 0.13296 0.128 Calculations for Part III:
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2010 for the course PHYSICS 121 taught by Professor Fayngold during the Spring '10 term at NJIT.

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Lab 215 - Part I Voltage (V) 11.99 Calculation: Resistor 1...

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