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Circuit Theory (Phy301)
Due Date: April 29, 2013
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Find the equivalent resistance RT of given circuit. Write each step of the calculation to get maximum marks. Draw the circuit diagram of each step otherwise you will loose marks.
Determine the voltage and current across each resistor for the given circuit. Mention the units of calculated value.
Answer the following questions.
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Logical Absurdity thanks for sharing
Sorry for wrong answer of 3rd question. Its answer is 100/140 = 0.714
logical: Watt (W) is an international standard unit of power...
3rd q: part(b) : I= p/v = 100/140 = 0.71 A
3rd q= b part: 2.5 A kasy aya apny knsa formula use kia hai?
plzz tell the answer of 2nd Question is ma hum na curent and voltage find krna ha???????
I divide 100 by 40 by mistake. Its answer is as you calculated: 0.71 A
1st ka ans mara b yai same and cnfrm ha 9.58 ohms but 3rd ka ans o.71A corect ha.........
logical bro 2nd ka answer kasy ayafig mein to sirf 12V hn baqi ki Volts kasy aye hn
2nd question ko explain kr dn...
question 1 ka answer kaisy aa rha hai elaborate kr do
2nd ki b 2 current values ka pta nhi kaisy aaya
Simplify, simplify and simplify the circuit again and again until there remains only one resistance of 9.58 ohms. Like this: Upper part of circuit: 4 + 2 = 6. Now 6 is parallel with 6 so replaced by equivalent 3 ohms and so on...