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160 Direct Current Circuits ANSWERS TO EVEN PROBLEMS P28.2 (a) 1 79 . A; (b) 10 4 . V P28.42 0113 . P28.44 (a) 30 000 . mA , 5 400 0 V ; P28.4 (a) 12 4 . V ; (b) 9 65 V (b) 30 167 . mA, 5 381 6 V ; P28.6 (a) 17 1 ; (b) 1 99 . A in 4 and 9 ; 117 . A in 7 ; 0 818 . A in 10 (c) 29 898 . mA ; 5 396 6 V P28.46 see the solution P28.8 29 5 P28.48 (a) 0.101 W; (b) 10.1 W P28.10 (a) see the solution; (b) no P28.50 15.5 A P28.12 see the solution P28.52 222 h P28.14 R 1 100 = k ; R 2 200 = k ; R 3 300 = k P28.54 a is 4 00 . V higher P28.16 470 and 220 P28.56 (a) see the solution; 833 mA; 200 W; P28.18 (a) 11 0 ; (b) and (d) see the solution; (b) see the solution; 4.17 A; 1.00 kW (c) 220 ; (e) Parallel P28.58 587 k P28.20 I 1 714 = mA ; I 2 129 = A ; ε = 12 6 P28.60 PP P ss s p I +− 2 2 4 2 and s p I −− 2 2 4 2 P28.22 see the solution P28.24 (a) 0 385 . mA in R 1 ; 2 69 . mA in R 3 ; 308 m A in R 2 ; (b) c higher by 69 2 P28.62 (a) I IR RR 1 2 12 = + bg ; I IR 2 1 = + ; (b) see the solution P28.26 . A up in 200
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