 26.25.97: Calculate the terminal voltage for a battery with aninternal resist...
 26.25.98: Four 1.50V cells are connected in series to a 120 lightbulb.If th...
 26.26.1: A 1.5V dry cell can be tested by connecting it to a lowresistancea...
 26.26.2: What is the internal resistance of a 12.0V car batterywhose termin...
 26.26.3: A 6500 and a 22000 resistor are connected in series witha 12V ba...
 26.26.4: Three 450 lightbulbs and three 650 lightbulbs areconnected in ser...
 26.26.5: Suppose that you have a 6800, a 7200, and a 1.20k0resistor. What...
 26.26.6: How many 100 resistors must be connected in series togive an equiv...
 26.26.7: Suppose that you have a 9.0V battery and you wish toapply a voltag...
 26.26.8: Three 1.70k0 resistors can be connected together infour different ...
 26.26.9: A battery with an emf of 12.0 V shows a terminalvoltage of 11.8 V w...
 26.26.10: Eight identical bulbs are connected in series across a110V line, (...
 26.26.11: Eight bulbs are connected in parallel to a 110V sourceby two long ...
 26.26.12: The performance of the starter circuit in an automobilecan be signi...
 26.26.13: A close inspection of an electric circuit reveals that a4800 resis...
 26.26.14: Determine (a) the equivalent resistance of the circuitshown in Fig....
 26.26.15: A 75W, 110V bulb is connected in parallel with a25W, 110V bulb....
 26.26.16: (a) Determine the equivalent resistance of theladder of equal 1250...
 26.26.17: What is the net resistance of the circuit connected to thebattery i...
 26.26.18: Calculate the current through each resistor in Fig. 2641if each re...
 26.26.19: The two terminals of a voltage source with emf % andinternal resist...
 26.26.20: Two resistors when connected in series to a 110V lineuse onefourt...
 26.26.21: Three equal resistors (R) are connected to a battery asshown in Fig...
 26.26.22: A 2.8kO and a 3.7kO resistor are connected inparallel; this combi...
 26.26.23: Consider the network of resistors shown in Fig. 2643.Answer qualit...
 26.26.24: You are designing a wire resistance heater to heat anenclosed volum...
 26.26.25: Calculate the current in the circuit of Fig. 2645, andshow that th...
 26.26.26: Determine the terminal voltage of each battery inFig. 2646.
 26.26.27: For the circuit shown in Fig. 2647, find the potentialdifference b...
 26.26.28: (a) A network of five equal resistors R is connected to abattery % ...
 26.26.29: (a) What is the potential difference between points a andd in Fig. ...
 26.26.30: Calculate the currents in each resistor of Fig. 2650.FIGURE 2650 32.
 26.26.31: Determine the magnitudes and directions of thecurrents through R x ...
 26.26.32: Determine the magnitudes and directions of thecurrents in each resi...
 26.26.33: A voltage V is applied to n identical resistors connectedin paralle...
 26.26.34: (a) Determine the currents I \ , I 2, and / 3 in Fig. 2653.Assume ...
 26.26.35: What would the current Ii be in Fig. 2653 if the 12flresistor is ...
 26.26.36: Determine the current through each of the resistors inFig. 2654.FI...
 26.26.37: If the 25ft resistor in Fig. 2 654 is shorted out(resistance = 0)...
 26.26.38: Twelve resistors, each of resistance R, are connected asthe edges o...
 26.26.39: Determine the net resistance in Fig. 2 656 (a) betweenpoints a and...
 26.26.40: Suppose two batteries, with unequal emfs of 2.00 V and3.00 V, are c...
 26.26.41: Estimate the range of resistance needed to make a variabletimer for...
 26.26.42: In Fig. 2 658 (same as Fig. 2617a), the total resistanceis 15.0 k...
 26.26.43: Two 3.8pF capacitors, two 2.2kft resistors, and a 12.0Vsource ar...
 26.26.44: How long does it take for the energy stored in a capacitorin a seri...
 26.26.45: A parallelplate capacitor is filled with a dielectric ofdielectric...
 26.26.46: The RC circuit of Fig. 2 659 (same as Fig. 2618a) hasR = 8.7 k fl...
 26.26.47: Consider the circuit shown in Fig. 2660, where allresistors have t...
 26.26.48: Determine the time constant for charging the capacitorin the circui...
 26.26.49: Two resistors and two uncharged capacitors arearranged as shown in ...
 26.26.50: Suppose the switch S in Fig. 2 662 is closed. What isthe time cons...
 26.26.51: An ammeter has a sensitivity of 35,000 ft/V . Whatcurrent in the ga...
 26.26.52: What is the resistance of a voltmeter on the 250V scaleif the mete...
 26.26.53: A galvanometer has a sensitivity of 45 k ft/V andinternal resistanc...
 26.26.54: A galvanometer has an internal resistance of 32 ft anddeflects full...
 26.26.55: A particular digital meter is based on an electronic modulethat has...
 26.26.56: A milliammeter reads 25 mA full scale. It consists of a0.20ft resi...
 26.26.57: A 45V battery of negligible internal resistance isconnected to a 4...
 26.26.58: An ammeter whose internal resistance is 53 ft reads5.25 mA when con...
 26.26.59: A battery with % = 12.0 V and internal resistancer = 1.0 ft is conn...
 26.26.60: A 12.0V battery (assume the internal resistance = 0)is connected t...
 26.26.61: Two 9.4kft resistors are placed in series and connectedto a batter...
 26.26.62: When the resistor R in Fig. 2 6 6 4 is 35 ft, thehighresistance v...
 26.26.63: Suppose that you wish to apply a 0.25V potential differencebetween...
 26.26.64: A threeway lightbulb can produce 50 W, 100 W, or 150 W,at 120 V. S...
 26.26.65: Suppose you want to run some apparatus that is 65 m froman electric...
 26.26.66: For the circuit shown in Fig. 2618a, show that the decreasein ener...
 26.26.67: A heart pacemaker is designed to operate at 72beats/minusing a 6.5...
 26.26.68: Suppose that a persons body resistance is 950 fi. (a) Whatcurrent p...
 26.26.69: A Wheatstone bridge is a type of bridge circuit used tomake measure...
 26.26.70: An unknown length of platinum wire 1.22 mm in diameter isplaced as ...
 26.26.71: The internal resistance of a 1.35V mercury cell is 0.030 fi,wherea...
 26.26.72: How many W resistors, each of the same resistance, mustbe used to ...
 26.26.73: A solar cell, 3.0 cm square, has an output of 350 mA at0.80 V when ...
 26.26.74: A power supply has a fixed output voltage of 12.0 V, but youneedVx ...
 26.26.75: The current through the 4.0kfl resistor in Fig. 2667is 3.10 mA. W...
 26.26.76: A battery produces 40.8 V when 7.40 A is drawn from it,and 47.3 V w...
 26.26.77: In the circuit shown in Fig. 2668, the 3 3 0 resistordissipates 0...
 26.26.78: The current through the 2 0 0 resistor in Fig. 2669 does notchang...
 26.26.79: (a) A voltmeter and an ammeter can be connected as shownin Fig. 26...
 26.26.80: What is the equivalent resistance of the circuit shown inFig. 2671...
 26.26.81: A flashlight bulb rated at 2.0 W and 3.0 V is operated by a9.0V ba...
 26.26.82: Some lightdimmer switches use a variable resistor as shownin Fig. ...
 26.26.83: A potentiometer is a device to precisely measure potentialdifferenc...
 26.26.84: Electronic devices often use an R C circuit to protect againstpower...
 26.26.85: The circuit shown in Fig. 267 6 is a primitive 4bit digitaltoana...
 26.26.86: Determine the current in each resistor of the circuit shownin Fig. ...
 26.26.87: In the circuit shown in Fig. 2678, switch S is closed at timet = 0...
 26.26.88: Figure 2679 shows the circuit for a simple sawtooth oscillator.At ...
 26.26.89: Measurements made on circuits that contain large resistancescan be ...
 26.26.90: A typical voltmeter has an internal resistance of 10 M il andcan on...
 26.26.91: An R C series circuit contains a resistor R = 15 kO, acapacitor C =...
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