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3_SchematicsExamples - R 2 = 8Ω R 1 = 10Ω 2a V 1 = I 1...

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Circuit Problems Version A Schematics!! Series and Parallel Series and Parallel Relationships • Series – Resistance: – Voltage: – Current: • Parallel – Resistance: – Voltage: – Current: Home Wiring • Are the outlets in your home connected in series or parallel? • If you continued to plug in appliances and electronics, what could happen to the current in the walls/in an extension cord? Fuses and Circuit Breakers • Fuses melt, break the circuit and stop the flow of electricity. – Fuses must be replaced. • Circuit breakers are switches that open the circuit, stopping the flow of electricity. – Do not have to be replaced.

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Circuit Problems Version A Schematic Symbols • Battery: • Resistor: • Light bulb: • Wire: • Multimeter:
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Unformatted text preview: R 2 = 8Ω R 1 = 10Ω 2a V 1 = _______ I 1 = _______ R 1 = _______ V 2 = _______ I 2 = _______ R 2 = _______ V T = _______ I T = _______ R T = _______ R 2 R 1 5V R 3 = 10Ω V T = 50V 10V V 1 = _______ I 1 = _______ R 1 = _______ V 2 = _______ I 2 = _______ R 2 = _______ V 3 = _______ I 3 = _______ R 3 = _______ V T = _______ I T = _______ R T = _______ R 2 = 24Ω R 1 = 12Ω V 1 = _______ I 1 = _______ R 1 = _______ V 2 = _______ I 2 = _______ R 2 = _______ V T = _______ I T = _______ R T = _______ V T = 24V Circuit Problems Version A R 2 = 48Ω R 1 = 24Ω V 1 = _______ I 1 = _______ R 1 = _______ V 2 = _______ I 2 = _______ R 2 = _______ V T = _______ I T = _______ R T = _______ 3a...
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2011 for the course PHYS 1111 taught by Professor Plascak during the Fall '08 term at UGA.

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3_SchematicsExamples - R 2 = 8Ω R 1 = 10Ω 2a V 1 = I 1...

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