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Three resistors, , and R, are connected in series with a

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Problem 44

Three resistors, , and R, are connected in series with a 24.0-V battery. The total current owing through the battery is 0.16 A. (a)Find the value of resistance R.(b)Find the potential difference across each resistor. (c) If the voltage of the battery had been greater than 24.0 V, would your answer to part (a) have been larger or smaller? Explain.

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