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# Solved: Electrical Safety Codes For safety reasons,

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Problem 105

Electrical Safety Codes For safety reasons, electrical codes have been established that limit the amount of current a wire of a given size can carry. For example, an 18-gauge (crosssectional ), rubber-insulated extension cord with copper wires can carry a maximum current of 5.0 A. Find the voltage drop in a 12-ft, 18-gauge extension cord carrying a current of 5.0 A. (Note: In an extension cord, the current must ow through two lengthsdown and back.)

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