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Which resistor has the greater
current going through it?
B. R2.
A. R1.
C. The current through both
resistors is the same.
Which resistor has the greater
voltage (magnitude of potential
difference) across it?
B. R2.
A. R1.
C. The voltage across both
resistors is the same. ε R1 R2 R1 > R2
Which resistor has the greater
voltage (magnitude of potential
difference) across it?
B. R2.
A. R1.
C. The voltage across both
resistors is the same.
Which resistor has the greater
current going through it?
B. R2.
A. R1.
C. The current through both
resistors is the same. A
(B) B
C (A) D E
Which resistors are in series?
A. A and B.
B. A and C.
C. A and E.
In each circuit, are the resistors
connected in series or in parallel?
A. Series in both A and B.
B. Series in A, parallel in B.
C. Parallel in A, series in B.
D. Parallel in both A and B. D. B and D. E. Both answers C and D above.
Which resistors are in parallel?
A. A and B.
B. A and C.
C. A and E.
E. No pair. D. C and D. ...
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 '09
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 Current, Resistor, Electrical resistance, A. R1

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