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Quiz03 - Physics 222 Fall 2011 Sep 13 2011 Version C Two...

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Name: Section: QUIZ #3 Electric Currents and Resistors Physics 222, Fall 2011 Sep. 13, 2011 Version A Two resistors R and 4 R can be connected in parallel with an ideal battery (no internal resistance) or in series with the same battery. What is the ratio of the total power dissipation in the series circuit to the total power dissipation in the parallel circuit?

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Name: Section: QUIZ #3 Electric Currents and Resistors Physics 222, Fall 2011 Sep. 13, 2011 Version B Two resistors R and 4 R can be connected in parallel with an ideal battery (no internal resistance) or in series with the same battery. What is the ratio of the total current in the series circuit to the total current in the parallel circuit?
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Unformatted text preview: Physics 222, Fall 2011 Sep. 13, 2011 Version C Two resistors R and 3 R can be connected in parallel with an ideal battery (no internal resistance) or in series with the same battery. What is the ratio of the total power dissipation in the series circuit to the total power dissipation in the parallel circuit? Name: Section: QUIZ #3 Electric Currents and Resistors Physics 222, Fall 2011 Sep. 13, 2011 Version D Two resistors R and 3 R can be connected in parallel with an ideal battery (no internal resistance) or in series with the same battery. What is the ratio of the total current in the series circuit to the total current in the parallel circuit?...
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