 18.44: How many different resistance values can be constructedfrom a 2.0V...
 18.45: (a) Calculate the potential difference between points aand b in Fig...
 18.46: For the circuit shownin Figure P18.46, the voltmeterreads 6.0 V and...
 18.47: Find (a) the equivalent resistance of the circuit inFigure P18.47, ...
 18.48: Three 60.0W, 120Vlightbulbs are connectedacross a 120Vpower sour...
 18.49: When two unknown resistors are connected in serieswith a battery, t...
 18.50: The circuit in Figure P18.50a consists of threeresistors and one ba...
 18.51: A circuit consists of three identical lamps,each of resistance R, c...
 18.52: The resistance between points a and b in Figure P18.52drops to one...
 18.53: The circuit in Figure P18.53 has been connected forseveral seconds....
 18.54: An emf of 10 V is connected to a series RC circuitconsisting of a r...
 18.55: The student engineer of acampus radio station wishesto verify the e...
 18.56: The resistor R in Figure P18.56 dissipates 20 W ofpower. Determine ...
 18.57: A voltage DV is applied to a series configuration of nresistors, ea...
 18.58: For the network in Figure P18.58, show that the resistancebetween p...
 18.59: A battery with an internal resistance of 10.0 V producesan open cir...
 18.60: The circuit in Figure P18.60 contains two resistors,R1 5 2.0 kV and...
 18.61: An electric eel generates electric currentsthrough its highly speci...
 18.62: In Figure P18.62, R1 50.100 V, R2 5 1.00 V, andR3 5 10.0 V. Find th...
 18.63: What are the expected readings of the ammeterand voltmeter for the ...
 18.64: Consider the two arrangements of batteries and bulbsshown in Figure...
 18.65: The given pair of capacitors in FigureP18.65 is fully charged by a ...
 18.66: A 2.00nF capacitor with an initialcharge of 5.10 mC is dischargedt...
 18.1: The terminals of a battery are connected across twodifferent resist...
 18.2: The terminals of a battery are connected across twodifferent resist...
 18.3: A 1.00V and a 2.00V resistor are in parallel. What isthe equivale...
 18.4: Two lightbulbs are in series, one operating at 120 Wand the other o...
 18.5: Which of the followingequations is not a consequenceof Kirchhoffsru...
 18.6: What is the current in the 10V resistance in the circuitshown in F...
 18.7: When connected to a 120V source, an electric heateris rated at 1 2...
 18.8: If the terminals of a battery are connected across twoidentical res...
 18.9: What is the time constant of the circuit shown in FigureMCQ18.9? Ea...
 18.10: The capacitor in FigureMCQ18.10 has a largecapacitance and is initi...
 18.11: Several resistors are connected in parallel. Which ofthe following ...
 18.12: When resistors with different resistances are connectedin series, w...
 18.13: The capacitor in FigureMCQ18.13 is initially uncharged.When the swi...
 18.14: Is a circuit breaker wired (a) in series with the device itis prote...
 18.15: Several resistors are connected in series. Which of thefollowing st...
 18.16: (a) Find the currentin each resistor of FigureP18.16 by using the r...
 18.17: The ammeter shown inFigure P18.17 reads 2.00 A.Find I1, I2, and e.
 18.18: For the circuit shown in FigureP18.18, calculate (a) thecurrent in ...
 18.19: Taking R 5 1.00 kV and e 5250 V in Figure P18.19, determinethe dire...
 18.20: In the circuit of Figure P18.20, the current I1 is 3.0 Aand the val...
 18.21: In the circuit of Figure P18.21, determine (a) the currentin each r...
 18.22: Four resistors areconnected to a batterywith a terminal voltageof 1...
 18.23: Using Kirchhoffs rules, (a) find the current ineach resistor shown ...
 18.24: Two 1.50V batterieswith their positive terminalsin the same direct...
 18.25: (a) Can the circuitshown in Figure P18.25be reduced to a singleresi...
 18.26: A dead battery is chargedby connecting it to thelive battery of ano...
 18.27: (a) Can the circuit shown inFigure P18.27 be reduced to a singleres...
 18.28: For the circuit shown in FigureP18.28, use Kirchhoffs rules toobtai...
 18.29: Find the potentialdifference across eachresistor in Figure P18.29. RC
 18.30: Show that t 5 RC has units of time.
 18.31: Consider the series RCcircuit shown in Active Figure18.16 for whic...
 18.32: An uncharged capacitor and a resistor are connectedin series to a s...
 18.33: Consider a series RC circuitas in Figure P18.33for which R 5 1.00 M...
 18.34: Consider a series RC circuit for which R 5 1.0 MV,C 5 5.0 mF, and e...
 18.35: A charged capacitor isconnected to a resistorand a switch as in Fig...
 18.36: A 10.0mF capacitor is charged by a 10.0V batterythrough a resista...
 18.37: What minimum number of 75W lightbulbs must beconnected in parallel...
 18.38: A lamp (R 5 150 V), an electric heater (R 5 25 V),and a fan (R 5 50...
 18.39: A heating element in a stove is designed to dissipate3 000 W when c...
 18.40: A coffee maker is rated at 1 200 W, a toaster at1 100 W, and a waff...
 18.41: Assume a length of axon membrane of about0.10 m is excited by an ac...
 18.42: Consider the model of the axon as a capacitorfrom and Figure P18.41...
 18.43: Using Figure 18.28b and the results of Problems18.41d and 18.42a, f...
Solutions for Chapter 18: Multiple Choice Questions
Full solutions for College Physics  9th Edition
ISBN: 9780840062062
Solutions for Chapter 18: Multiple Choice Questions
Get Full SolutionsThis expansive textbook survival guide covers the following chapters and their solutions. Chapter 18: Multiple Choice Questions includes 66 full stepbystep solutions. Since 66 problems in chapter 18: Multiple Choice Questions have been answered, more than 117373 students have viewed full stepbystep solutions from this chapter. College Physics was written by and is associated to the ISBN: 9780840062062. This textbook survival guide was created for the textbook: College Physics, edition: 9.

//
parallel

any symbol
average (indicated by a bar over a symbol—e.g., v¯ is average velocity)

°C
Celsius degree

°F
Fahrenheit degree