True/False Voltage Resistance Current Problems

100

What is true?
In order to prevent overloading in a circuit, fuses are inserted in the circuit.

100

What is series circuit?
Individual voltage drops sum up to the overall voltage drop.

100

What is series circuit?
The overall resistance is larger than the resistance of any individual resistor.

100

What is series circuit
Same amount of current always flow through each bulb or resistor.

100

6
How many 6-ohm resistors must connected in parallel to create and equivalent resistance of 1 ohms?

200

What is false?
In a parallel circuit, current in each branch is the same.

200

What is parallel circuit?
Voltage across each branch is always the same.

200

What is parallel circuit?
The overall resistance is smaller than the resistance of any of the resistors.

200

What is parallel circuit?
The overall current in the circuit increases as more lamps are put in the circuit.

200

12 ohms
What is the equivalent resistance of a 30-ohms and a 20-ohms resistor connected in parallel?

300

What is true?
In a series circuit, the total voltage drop across a series of resistors is the sum of voltage drops across each individual resistor.

300

3 V
Given I =1 A and R = 3-olm then V=?

300

2/3 ohm.
What is the equivalent resistance of a 1-ohm and a 2 ohm resistor connected in a parallel?

300

What is parallel circuit.
The current is larger in the lamp with the thick filament.

300

2.7 A
A 30-V potential difference is applied across a series combination of an 8.0-ohm resistor and a 3.0-ohms resistor. What is the current in the 8.0-ohms resistor?

400

What is true?
When resistor are arranged in parallel, their overall resistance is less than that of the smallest resistor.

400

What is 1 pull-up
1 pull-up to get free points.

400

3-ohms?
What is equivalent of a 1-ohm and a 2 ohm resistor connected in a series?

400

3 push-ups for free points

400

6 A
A 60-V potential difference is applied across a parallel combination of a 10-ohm and a 20-ohm resistor. What is the current in the 10-ohm resistor?

500

What is false?
When connected in series, an electric circuit provides branched paths for the flow of electrons.

500

2 ohms
The current through two identical light bulbs connected in series is 1 A. The total voltage drop across both bulbs is 2 V. The resistor is?

500

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Free points

500

2-W
A 1-W light bulb and a 2-W light bulb are both in parallel to a 1-V outlet. Which light bulb has more current in it?

500

2.0 A
A 20.0-V potential difference is applied across a parallel combination of a 60.0-ohm and a 10-ohm resistor. What is the current in the 10.0-ohm resistor?

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