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Circuits Multiple Choice

CIRCUIT MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1994_28. Four identical light bulbs K, L, M, and N are connected in the electrical circuit shown below. In order of decreasing brightness (starting with the brightest), the bulbs are: A. K = L > M > N B. K = L = M > N C. K > L = M > N D. N > K > L = M E. N > K = L = M
1995_32. Four identical light bulbs K, L, M, and N are connected in the electrical circuit shown above. Bulb K burns out. Which of the following statements is true?
1996_37. Four identical light bulbs K, L, M, and N are connected in the electrical circuit shown two questions above. Bulb M burns out. Which of the following statements is true?
1994_36. What is the current through the 6.0 Ω resistor shown in the accompanying circuit diagram? Assume all batteries have negligible resistance.
1994_37. You are given three 1.0 Ω resistors. Which of the following equivalent resistances CANNOT be produced using all three resistors? A. 1/3 Ω B. 2/3 Ω C. 1.0 Ω D. 1.5 Ω
E. 3.0 Ω
1995_35. The voltmeter in the accompanying circuit diagram has internal resistance 10.0 kΩ and the ammeter has internal resistance 25.0 Ω. The ammeter reading is 1.00 mA. The voltmeter reading is most nearly:
1996_16. When two resistors, having resistance R1 and R2, are connected in parallel, the equivalent resistance of the combination is 5 Ω. Which of the following statements about the resistances is correct?
Ω.
is 5 Ω.
Ω.1996_29. Two large parallel plates a distance d apart are charged by connecting them to a battery of potential difference V. The battery is disconnected, and the plates are slowly moved apart. As the distance between plates increases:
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