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# 227f11hw06ans - MasteringPhysics: Assignment Print View...

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ANSWER: = Part D What is the current through the 19- resistor? Express your answer using two significant figures. ANSWER: = Exercise 26.11 Description: (a) Compute the equivalent resistance of the network in the figure . The battery has negligible internal resistance. (b) What is the current through the 3.00 Omega resistor? (c) What is the current through the 6.00 Omega resistor? (d) What is. .. Part A Compute the equivalent resistance of the network in the figure . The battery has negligible internal resistance. ANSWER: = MasteringPhysics: Assignment Print View http://session.masteringphysics.com/myct/assignmentPrintView. .. 2 of 12 9/23/11 3:06 PM
Part B What is the current through the resistor? ANSWER: = Part C What is the current through the resistor? ANSWER: = Part D What is the current through the resistor? ANSWER: = Part E What is the current through the resistor? ANSWER: = Kirchhoff's Current Rule Ranking Task Description: Short conceptual problem about currents through resistors in various circuits. (ranking task) The placement of resistors in a circuit is one factor that can determine the current passing through the resistor. You will be given three circuits, and for each circuit you will be asked to compare the current through the various resistors. In each of the circuits in Parts A to C, all resistors are identical.

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