 19.1COQ: The automobile headlight bulbs shown in the circuits here are ident...
 19.1MCQ: In which circuits shown in Fig 40 are resistors connected in series?
 19.1P: (I) Calculate the terminal voltage for a battery with an internal r...
 19.1Q: Explain why birds can sit on power lines safely, even though the wi...
 19.1SL: Compare the formulas for resistors and for capacitors when connecte...
 19.2MCQ: Which resistors in Fig. 19–41 are connected in parallel?(a) All thr...
 19.2P: (I) Four 1.50V cells are connected in series to a 12.0? lightbulb...
 19.2Q: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Christmas tree lights c...
 19.2SL: Fill in the Table below for a combination of two unequal resistors ...
 19.3MCQ: A resistor 10,000 ? is placed in series with a 100 – ? resistor. T...
 19.3P: (II) What is the internal resistance of a 12.0V car battery whose ...
 19.3Q: If all you have is a 120V line, would it be possible to light seve...
 19.3SL: Cardiac defibrillators are discussed in Section 17–9. (a) Choose a ...
 19.4MCQ: Two identical 10V batteries and two identical 10 ? resistors are ...
 19.4P: (I) A 650? and an 1800? resistor are connected in series with a ...
 19.4Q: Two lightbulbs of resistance R1 and R2 (R2 > R1) and a battery are ...
 19.4SL: A potentiometer is a device to precisely measure potential differen...
 19.5MCQ: ?
 19.5P: (I) Three 45? light bulbs and three 65? lightbulbs are connected...
 19.5Q: Household outlets are often double outlets. Are these connected in ...
 19.5SL: The circuit shown in Fig. 19–95 is a primitive 4bit digital to an...
 19.6MCQ: Figure 19–44 shows three identical bulbs in a circuit. What happens...
 19.6P: (II) Suppose that you have a 580?, a 790 ?, and a 1.20 k ? resis...
 19.6Q: With two identical light bulbs and two identical batteries, explain...
 19.7MCQ: When the switch shown in Fig. 19–45 is closed, what will happen to ...
 19.7P: (II) How many 10? resistors must be connected in series to give an...
 19.7Q: If two identical resistors are connected in series to a battery, do...
 19.8MCQ: When the switch shown in Fig. 19–45 is closed, what will happen to ...
 19.8P: (II) Design a “voltage divider” (see Example 19–3) that would provi...
 19.8Q: You have a single 60W bulb lit in your room. How does the overall ...
 19.9MCQ: As a capacitor is being charged in an RC circuit, the current flowi...
 19.9P: (II) Suppose that you have a 9.0V battery and wish to apply a volt...
 19.9Q: Suppose three identical capacitors are connected to a battery. Will...
 19.10MCQ: ?
 19.10P: (II) Three 1.70k? resistors can be connected together in four diff...
 19.10Q: When applying Kirchhoff’s loop rule (such as in Fig. 19–36), does t...
 19.11MCQ: ?
 19.11P: (II) A battery with an emf of 12.0 V shows a terminal voltage of 11...
 19.11Q: Different lamps might have batteries connected in either of the two...
 19.12MCQ: A resistor and a capacitor are used in series to control the timing...
 19.12P: (II) Eight identical bulbs are connected in series across a 120V l...
 19.12Q: For what use are batteries connected in series? For what use are th...
 19.13MCQ: Why is an appliance cord with a threeprong plug safer than one wit...
 19.13P: (II) Eight bulbs are connected in parallel to a 120V source by two...
 19.13Q: Can the terminal voltage of a battery ever exceed its emf? Explain.
 19.14MCQ: When capacitors are connected in series, the effective capacitance ...
 19.14P: (II) A close inspection of an electric circuit reveals that a 480?...
 19.14Q: Explain in detail how you could measure the internal resistance of ...
 19.15MCQ: If ammeters and voltmeters are not to significantly alter the quant...
 19.15P: (II) Eight 7.0W Christmas tree lights are connected in series to e...
 19.15Q: In an RC circuit, current flows from the battery until the capacito...
 19.16P: (II) Determine (a) the equivalent resistance of the circuit shown i...
 19.16Q: Given the circuit shown in Fig. 19–38, use the words “increases,” “...
 19.17P: (II) A 75W, 120V bulb is connected in parallel with a 25W, 120V...
 19.17Q: Design a circuit in which two different switches of the type shown ...
 19.18P: (II) (a) Determine the equivalent resistance of the “ladder” of equ...
 19.18Q: Why is it more dangerous to turn on an electric appliance when you ...
 19.19EB: Return to the ChapterOpening Question, page 526, and answer it aga...
 19.19EA: You have a and a resistor. What is the smallest and largest equival...
 19.19EC: A 100W, 120V light bulb and a 60W, 120V light bulb are connecte...
 19.19ED: Write the Kirchhoff equation for the lower loop abcdefga of Example...
 19.19EE: If the jumper cables of Example 19–9 were mistakenly connected in r...
 19.19EF: Consider two identical capacitors . What are the smallest and large...
 19.19EG: A typical turn signal flashes perhaps twice per second, so it's tim...
 19.19P: (II) What is the net resistance of the circuit connected to the bat...
 19.19Q: What is the main difference between an analog voltmeter and an anal...
 19.20P: (II) Calculate the current through each resistor in Fig. 19–50 if e...
 19.20Q: What would happen if you mistakenly used an ammeter where you neede...
 19.21P: (III) Two resistors when connected in series to a 120V line use on...
 19. 21Q: Explain why an ideal ammeter would have zero resistance and an idea...
 19.22P: (III) Three equal resistors (R) are connected to a battery as shown...
 19.22Q: A voltmeter connected across a resistor always reads less than the ...
 19.23P: (III) A and 2.5k? a 3.7k ? resistor are connected in parallel; th...
 19.23Q: A small batteryoperated flashlight requires a single 1.5V battery...
 19.24P: (III) Consider the network of resistors shown in Fig. 19–52. Answer...
 19.25P: (I) Calculate the current in the circuit of Fig. 19–53, and show th...
 19.26P: (II) Determine the terminal voltage of each battery in Fig. 19–54.
 19.28P: (II) Determine the magnitudes and directions of the currents in eac...
 19.27P: (II) For the circuit shown in Fig. 19–55, find the potential differ...
 19.29P: (II) (a) What is the potential difference between points a and d in...
 19.30P: (II) Calculate the magnitude and direction of the currents in each ...
 19.31P: (II) Determine the magnitudes and directions of the currents throug...
 19.32P: (II) Repeat 31, now assuming that each battery has an internal resi...
 19.33P: (III) (a) A network of five equal resistors R is connected to a bat...
 19.34P: (III) (a) Determine the currents I1,I2, and I3 in Fig. 19–61. Assum...
 19.35P: (III) What would the current be in Fig. 19–61 if the resistor is sh...
 19.36P: (II) Suppose two batteries, with unequal emfs of 2.00 V and 3.00V, ...
 19.37P: (II) A battery for a proposed electric car is to have three hundred...
 19.38P: (I) (a) Six 4.8µF capacitors are connected in parallel. What is th...
 19.39P: (I) A 3.00µF and 4.00µF a capacitor are connected in series, and ...
 19.40P: (II) If 21.0 V is applied across the whole network of Fig. 19–63, c...
 19.41P: (II) The capacitance of a portion of a circuit is to be reduced fro...
 19.42P: (II) An electric circuit was accidentally constructed using A 7.0µ...
 19.43P: (II) Consider three capacitors, of capacitance 3200 pF, 5800 pF, an...
 19.44P: (II) Determine the equivalent capacitance between points a and b fo...
 19.45P: (II) What is the ratio of the voltage V1 across capacitor C1 in Fig...
 19.46P: (II) A 0.50µF and a 1.4 µF capacitor are connected in series to a...
 19.47P: (II) A circuit contains a single 250pF capacitor hooked across a b...
 19.48P: (II) Suppose three parallelplate capacitors, whose plates have are...
 19.49P: (II) Two capacitors connected in parallel produce an equivalent cap...
 19.50P: III) Given three capacitors, C1 =2.0 µF, C2 =1.5 µF, And C3 =3.0 µF...
 19.51P: (III) In Fig. 19–66, suppose C1 = C2 =C3 =C4 =C. (a) Determine the ...
 19.52P: (I) Estimate the value of resistances needed to make a variable tim...
 19.53P: (II) Electrocardiographs are often connected as shown in Fig. 19–68...
 19.54P: (II) In Fig. 19–69 (same as Fig. 19–20a), the total resistance Is 1...
 19.55P: (II) Two 3.8µF capacitors, two 2.2k? resistors, and a 16.0V sour...
 19.56P: (II) The RC circuit of Fig. 19–70 (same as Fig. 19–21a) has R =8.7 ...
 19. 57P: (III) Consider the circuit shown in Fig. 19–71, where all resistors...
 19.58P: (III) Two resistors and two uncharged capacitors are arranged as sh...
 19.59P: (I) (a) An ammeter has a sensitivity of 35,000 ?/V. What current in...
 19.60P: (II) An ammeter whose internal resistance is 53 ? reads 5.25 mA whe...
 19.61P: (II) A milliammeter reads 35 mA full scale. It consists of a 0.20?...
 19.62P: (II) A galvanometer has an internal resistance of 32 ? and deflects...
 19.63P: (III) A battery with and internal resistance R =1.0 ? is connected ...
 19.64P: (III) What internal resistance should the voltmeter of Example 19–1...
 19.65P: (III) Two 9.4K ? resistors are placed in series and connected to a...
 19.66P: (III) When the resistor R in Fig. 19–73 is 35? the highresistance ...
 19.67GP: Suppose that you wish to apply a 0.25V potential difference betwee...
 19.68GP: A threeway light bulb can produce 50W, 100W, or 150W, at 120 V. Su...
 19.69GP: What are the values of effective capacitance which can be obtained ...
 19.70GP: Electricity can be a hazard in hospitals, particularly to patients ...
 19.71GP: A heart pacemaker is designed to operate at 72 beats/min using a ca...
 19.72GP: Suppose that a person’s body resistance is (moist skin). (a) What c...
 19.73GP: One way a multiplespeed ventilation fan for a car can be designed ...
 19.74GP: A Wheatstone bridge is a type of “bridge circuit” used to make meas...
 19.75GP: The internal resistance of a 1.35V mercury cell is whereas that of...
 19.76GP: How many resistors, each of the same resistance, must be used to pr...
 19.77GP: A solar cell, 3.0 cm square, has an output of 350 mA at 0.80 V when...
 19.78GP: The current through the resistor in Fig. 19–77 is 3.10 mA. What is ...
 19.79GP: A power supply has a fixed output voltage of 12.0V, but you need VT...
 19.80GP: A battery produces 40.8 V when 8.40 A is drawn from it, and 47.3 V ...
 19.81GP: In the circuit shown in Fig. 19–79, the resistor dissipates 0.80W. ...
 19.82GP: For the circuit shown in Fig. 19–80, determine (a) the current thro...
 19.83GP: The current through the resistor in Fig. 19–81 does not change whet...
 19.84GP: (a) What is the equivalent resistance of the circuit shown in Fig. ...
 19.85GP: (a) A voltmeter and an ammeter can be connected as shown in Fig. 19...
 19.86GP: The circuit shown in Fig. 19–84 uses a neonfilled tube as in Fig. ...
 19.87GP: A flashlight bulb rated at 2.0 W and 3.0 V is operated by a 9.0V b...
 19.88GP: In Fig. 19–86, let and How much energy is stored in the capacitor n...
 19.89GP: A 12.0V battery, two resistors, and two capacitors are connected a...
 19.90GP: Determine the current in each resistor of the circuit shown in Fig....
 19.91GP: How much energy must a 24V battery expend to charge A capacitor fu...
 19.92GP: Two capacitors are connected in parallel to a 24V source as shown ...
 19.93GP: The switch S in Fig. 19–90 is connected downward so that capacitor ...
 19.94GP: The performance of the starter circuit in a car can be significantl...
 19.95GP: The variable capacitance of an old radio tuner consists of four pla...
 19.96GP: A 175pF capacitor is connected in series with an unknown capacitor...
 19.97GP: In the circuit shown in Fig. 19–93, and a voltage Vab = 24 V is app...
 19.19.1: Calculate the terminal voltage for a battery with an internal resis...
 19.1: Calculate the terminal voltage for a battery with an internal resis...
 19.19.2: Four 1.50V cells are connected in series to a lightbulb. If the re...
 19.2: Four 1.50V cells are connected in series to a lightbulb. If the re...
 19.19.3: What is the internal resistance of a 12.0V car battery whose termi...
 19.3: What is the internal resistance of a 12.0V car battery whose termi...
 19.19.4: A and an resistor are connected in series with a 12V battery. What...
 19.4: A and an resistor are connected in series with a 12V battery. What...
 19.19.5: Three lightbulbs and three lightbulbs are connected in series. (a) ...
 19.5: Three lightbulbs and three lightbulbs are connected in series. (a) ...
 19.19.6: Suppose that you have a a and a resistor. What is (a) the maximum, ...
 19.6: Suppose that you have a a and a resistor. What is (a) the maximum, ...
 19.19.7: How many resistors must be connected in series to give an equivalen...
 19.7: How many resistors must be connected in series to give an equivalen...
 19.19.8: Design a voltage divider (see Example 193) that would provide onef...
 19.8: Design a voltage divider (see Example 193) that would provide onef...
 19.19.9: Suppose that you have a 9.0V battery and wish to apply a voltage o...
 19.9: Suppose that you have a 9.0V battery and wish to apply a voltage o...
 19.19.10: Three resistors can be connected together in four different ways, m...
 19.10: Three resistors can be connected together in four different ways, m...
 19.19.11: A battery with an emf of 12.0 V shows a terminal voltage of 11.8 V ...
 19.11: A battery with an emf of 12.0 V shows a terminal voltage of 11.8 V ...
 19.19.12: Eight identical bulbs are connected in series across a 120V line. ...
 19.12: Eight identical bulbs are connected in series across a 120V line. ...
 19.19.13: Eight bulbs are connected in parallel to a 120V source by two long...
 19.13: Eight bulbs are connected in parallel to a 120V source by two long...
 19.19.14: A close inspection of an electric circuit reveals that a resistor w...
 19.14: A close inspection of an electric circuit reveals that a resistor w...
 19.19.15: Eight 7.0W Christmas tree lights are connected in series to each o...
 19.15: Eight 7.0W Christmas tree lights are connected in series to each o...
 19.19.16: Determine (a) the equivalent resistance of the circuit shown in Fig...
 19.16: Determine (a) the equivalent resistance of the circuit shown in Fig...
 19.19.17: A 75W, 120V bulb is connected in parallel with a 25W, 120V bulb...
 19.17: A 75W, 120V bulb is connected in parallel with a 25W, 120V bulb...
 19.19.18: (a) Determine the equivalent resistance of the ladder of equal resi...
 19.18: (a) Determine the equivalent resistance of the ladder of equal resi...
 19.19.19: What is the net resistance of the circuit connected to the battery ...
 19.19: What is the net resistance of the circuit connected to the battery ...
 19.19.20: Calculate the current through each resistor in Fig. 1950 if each re...
 19.20: Calculate the current through each resistor in Fig. 1950 if each re...
 19.19.21: Two resistors when connected in series to a 120V line use onefour...
 19.21: Two resistors when connected in series to a 120V line use onefour...
 19.22: Three equal resistors (R) are connected to a battery as shown in Fi...
 19.19.22: Three equal resistors (R) are connected to a battery as shown in Fi...
 19.23: A and a resistor are connected in parallel; this combination is con...
 19.19.23: A and a resistor are connected in parallel; this combination is con...
 19.24: Consider the network of resistors shown in Fig. 1952. Answer qualit...
 19.19.24: Consider the network of resistors shown in Fig. 1952. Answer qualit...
 19.25: Calculate the current in the circuit of Fig. 1953, and show that th...
 19.19.25: Calculate the current in the circuit of Fig. 1953, and show that th...
 19.26: Determine the terminal voltage of each battery in Fig. 1954.
 19.19.26: Determine the terminal voltage of each battery in Fig. 1954.
 19.27: For the circuit shown in Fig. 1955, find the potential difference b...
 19.19.27: For the circuit shown in Fig. 1955, find the potential difference b...
 19.28: Determine the magnitudes and directions of the currents in each res...
 19.19.28: Determine the magnitudes and directions of the currents in each res...
 19.29: (a) What is the potential difference between points a and d in Fig....
 19.19.29: (a) What is the potential difference between points a and d in Fig....
 19.30: Calculate the magnitude and direction of the currents in each resis...
 19.19.30: Calculate the magnitude and direction of the currents in each resis...
 19.31: Determine the magnitudes and directions of the currents through and...
 19.19.31: Determine the magnitudes and directions of the currents through and...
 19.32: Repeat 31, now assuming that each battery has an internal resistance
 19.19.32: Repeat 31, now assuming that each battery has an internal resistance
 19.33: A network of five equal resistors R is connected to a battery as sh...
 19.19.33: A network of five equal resistors R is connected to a battery as sh...
 19.34: (a) Determine the currents and in Fig. 1961. Assume the internal re...
 19.19.34: (a) Determine the currents and in Fig. 1961. Assume the internal re...
 19.35: What would the current be in Fig. 1961 if the resistor is shorted o...
 19.19.35: What would the current be in Fig. 1961 if the resistor is shorted o...
 19.36: Suppose two batteries, with unequal emfs of 2.00 V and 3.00 V, are ...
 19.19.36: Suppose two batteries, with unequal emfs of 2.00 V and 3.00 V, are ...
 19.37: A battery for a proposed electric car is to have three hundred 3V ...
 19.19.37: A battery for a proposed electric car is to have three hundred 3V ...
 19.38: (a) Six capacitors are connected in parallel. What is the equivalen...
 19.19.38: (a) Six capacitors are connected in parallel. What is the equivalen...
 19.39: A and a capacitor are connected in series, and this combination is ...
 19.19.39: A and a capacitor are connected in series, and this combination is ...
 19.40: If 21.0 V is applied across the whole network of Fig. 1963, calcula...
 19.19.40: If 21.0 V is applied across the whole network of Fig. 1963, calcula...
 19.41: The capacitance of a portion of a circuit is to be reduced from 290...
 19.19.41: The capacitance of a portion of a circuit is to be reduced from 290...
 19.42: An electric circuit was accidentally constructed using a capacitor ...
 19.19.42: An electric circuit was accidentally constructed using a capacitor ...
 19.43: Consider three capacitors, of capacitance 3200 pF, 5800 pF, and Wha...
 19.19.43: Consider three capacitors, of capacitance 3200 pF, 5800 pF, and Wha...
 19.44: Determine the equivalent capacitance between points a and b for the...
 19.19.44: Determine the equivalent capacitance between points a and b for the...
 19.45: What is the ratio of the voltage across capacitor in Fig. 1965 to t...
 19.19.45: What is the ratio of the voltage across capacitor in Fig. 1965 to t...
 19.46: A and a capacitor are connected in series to a 9.0V battery. Calcu...
 19.19.46: A and a capacitor are connected in series to a 9.0V battery. Calcu...
 19.47: A circuit contains a single 250pF capacitor hooked across a batter...
 19.19.47: A circuit contains a single 250pF capacitor hooked across a batter...
 19.48: Suppose three parallelplate capacitors, whose plates have areas an...
 19.19.48: Suppose three parallelplate capacitors, whose plates have areas an...
 19.49: Two capacitors connected in parallel produce an equivalent capacita...
 19.19.49: Two capacitors connected in parallel produce an equivalent capacita...
 19.50: Given three capacitors, and what arrangement of parallel and series...
 19.19.50: Given three capacitors, and what arrangement of parallel and series...
 19.51: In Fig. 1966, suppose (a) Determine the equivalent capacitance betw...
 19.19.51: In Fig. 1966, suppose (a) Determine the equivalent capacitance betw...
 19.52: Estimate the value of resistances needed to make a variable timer f...
 19.19.52: Estimate the value of resistances needed to make a variable timer f...
 19.53: Electrocardiographs are often connected as shown in Fig. 1968. The ...
 19.19.53: Electrocardiographs are often connected as shown in Fig. 1968. The ...
 19.54: In Fig. 1969 (same as Fig. 1920a), the total resistance is and the ...
 19.19.54: In Fig. 1969 (same as Fig. 1920a), the total resistance is and the ...
 19.55: Two capacitors, two resistors, and a 16.0V source are connected in...
 19.19.55: Two capacitors, two resistors, and a 16.0V source are connected in...
 19.56: The RC circuit of Fig. 1970 (same as Fig. 1921a) has and The capaci...
 19.19.56: The RC circuit of Fig. 1970 (same as Fig. 1921a) has and The capaci...
 19.57: Consider the circuit shown in Fig. 1971, where all resistors have t...
 19.19.57: Consider the circuit shown in Fig. 1971, where all resistors have t...
 19.58: Two resistors and two uncharged capacitors are arranged as shown in...
 19.19.58: Two resistors and two uncharged capacitors are arranged as shown in...
 19.59: (a) An ammeter has a sensitivity of What current in the galvanomete...
 19.19.59: (a) An ammeter has a sensitivity of What current in the galvanomete...
 19.60: An ammeter whose internal resistance is reads 5.25 mA when connecte...
 19.19.60: An ammeter whose internal resistance is reads 5.25 mA when connecte...
 19.61: A milliammeter reads 35 mA full scale. It consists of a resistor in...
 19.19.61: A milliammeter reads 35 mA full scale. It consists of a resistor in...
 19.62: A galvanometer has an internal resistance of and deflects full scal...
 19.19.62: A galvanometer has an internal resistance of and deflects full scal...
 19.63: A battery with and internal resistance is connected to two resistor...
 19.19.63: A battery with and internal resistance is connected to two resistor...
 19.64: What internal resistance should the voltmeter of Example 1917 have ...
 19.19.64: What internal resistance should the voltmeter of Example 1917 have ...
 19.65: Two resistors are placed in series and connected to a battery.A vol...
 19.19.65: Two resistors are placed in series and connected to a battery.A vol...
 19.66: When the resistor R in Fig. 1973 is the highresistance voltmeter re...
 19.19.66: When the resistor R in Fig. 1973 is the highresistance voltmeter re...
 19.67: Suppose that you wish to apply a 0.25V potential difference betwee...
 19.19.67: Suppose that you wish to apply a 0.25V potential difference betwee...
 19.68: A threeway lightbulb can produce 50 W, 100 W, or 150 W, at 120 V. ...
 19.19.68: A threeway lightbulb can produce 50 W, 100 W, or 150 W, at 120 V. ...
 19.69: What are the values of effective capacitance which can be obtained ...
 19.19.69: What are the values of effective capacitance which can be obtained ...
 19.70: Electricity can be a hazard in hospitals, particularly to patients ...
 19.19.70: Electricity can be a hazard in hospitals, particularly to patients ...
 19.71: A heart pacemaker is designed to operate at using a capacitor in a ...
 19.19.71: A heart pacemaker is designed to operate at using a capacitor in a ...
 19.72: Suppose that a persons body resistance is (moist skin). (a) What cu...
 19.19.72: Suppose that a persons body resistance is (moist skin). (a) What cu...
 19.73: One way a multiplespeed ventilation fan for a car can be designed ...
 19.19.73: One way a multiplespeed ventilation fan for a car can be designed ...
 19.74: A Wheatstone bridge is a type of bridge circuit used to make measur...
 19.19.74: A Wheatstone bridge is a type of bridge circuit used to make measur...
 19.75: The internal resistance of a 1.35V mercury cell is whereas that of...
 19.19.75: The internal resistance of a 1.35V mercury cell is whereas that of...
 19.76: How many resistors, each of the same resistance, must be used to pr...
 19.19.76: How many resistors, each of the same resistance, must be used to pr...
 19.77: A solar cell, 3.0 cm square, has an output of 350 mA at 0.80 V when...
 19.19.77: A solar cell, 3.0 cm square, has an output of 350 mA at 0.80 V when...
 19.78: The current through the resistor in Fig. 1977 is 3.10 mA. What is t...
 19.19.78: The current through the resistor in Fig. 1977 is 3.10 mA. What is t...
 19.79: A power supply has a fixed output voltage of 12.0 V, but you need o...
 19.19.79: A power supply has a fixed output voltage of 12.0 V, but you need o...
 19.80: A battery produces 40.8 V when 8.40 A is drawn from it, and 47.3 V ...
 19.19.80: A battery produces 40.8 V when 8.40 A is drawn from it, and 47.3 V ...
 19.81: In the circuit shown in Fig. 1979, the resistor dissipates 0.80 W. ...
 19.19.81: In the circuit shown in Fig. 1979, the resistor dissipates 0.80 W. ...
 19.82: For the circuit shown in Fig. 1980, determine (a) the current throu...
 19.19.82: For the circuit shown in Fig. 1980, determine (a) the current throu...
 19.83: The current through the resistor in Fig. 1981 does not change wheth...
 19.19.83: The current through the resistor in Fig. 1981 does not change wheth...
 19.84: (a) What is the equivalent resistance of the circuit shown in Fig. ...
 19.19.84: (a) What is the equivalent resistance of the circuit shown in Fig. ...
 19.85: (a) A voltmeter and an ammeter can be connected as shown in Fig. 19...
 19.19.85: (a) A voltmeter and an ammeter can be connected as shown in Fig. 19...
 19.86: The circuit shown in Fig. 1984 uses a neonfilled tube as in Fig. 1...
 19.19.86: The circuit shown in Fig. 1984 uses a neonfilled tube as in Fig. 1...
 19.87: A flashlight bulb rated at 2.0 W and 3.0 V is operated by a 9.0V b...
 19.19.87: A flashlight bulb rated at 2.0 W and 3.0 V is operated by a 9.0V b...
 19.88: In Fig. 1986, let and How much energy is stored in the capacitor ne...
 19.19.88: In Fig. 1986, let and How much energy is stored in the capacitor ne...
 19.89: A 12.0V battery, two resistors, and two capacitors are connected a...
 19.19.89: A 12.0V battery, two resistors, and two capacitors are connected a...
 19.19.90: Determine the current in each resistor of the circuit shown in Fig....
 19.90: Determine the current in each resistor of the circuit shown in Fig....
 19.19.91: How much energy must a 24V battery expend to charge a and a capaci...
 19.91: How much energy must a 24V battery expend to charge a and a capaci...
 19.19.92: Two capacitors, and are connected in parallel to a 24V source as s...
 19.92: Two capacitors, and are connected in parallel to a 24V source as s...
 19.19.93: The switch S in Fig. 1990 is connected downward so that capacitor b...
 19.93: The switch S in Fig. 1990 is connected downward so that capacitor b...
 19.19.94: The performance of the starter circuit in a car can be significantl...
 19.94: The performance of the starter circuit in a car can be significantl...
 19.19.95: The variable capacitance of an old radio tuner consists of four pla...
 19.95: The variable capacitance of an old radio tuner consists of four pla...
 19.19.96: A 175pF capacitor is connected in series with an unknown capacitor...
 19.96: A 175pF capacitor is connected in series with an unknown capacitor...
 19.19.97: In the circuit shown in Fig. 1993, and a voltage is applied across ...
 19.97: In the circuit shown in Fig. 1993, and a voltage is applied across ...
Solutions for Chapter 19: DC Circuits
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Solutions for Chapter 19: DC Circuits
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parallel

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

°C
Celsius degree

°F
Fahrenheit degree