2013_2BF_2B314_2BHW_2B1_2Bsolutions

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Unformatted text preview: 14 Fall 2013 HW #1 Problem 1 Student’s name _______________________________ Discussion section # _______ Assume the worst- case scenario: for example, if the table lists resistances from 1 kΩ to 10 kΩ, use 1 kΩ in your calculations. Neglect the electric resistance of the ground. © 2013 Alexander Ganago Last printed 9/10/13 9:48 PM Page 12 of 15 File: 2013+F+314+HW+1+solutions.docx EECS 314 Fall 2013 HW #1 Problem 1 Student’s name _______________________________ Discussion section # _______ Situation 1 2- wire connection; the hot wire insulation is failing; sweaty hand and feet (same as immersed in water), skin of the hand and feet; damp leather soles (5 kΩ). ü༏ What is the path of electric current through the human body? The majority of the current takes the path of least resistance from the drill handle, through the sweaty skin of the hand,...
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