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# Assignment 1(Spring 2015)

CIRCUIT THEORY (PHY301)

MARKS: 30

Due Date: May 14, 2015

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### Q.2. For the given circuit

1)      Find the total resistance for the circuit in the figure below

2)      Calculate the current through each resistance.

3)      Calculate the power dissipated by each resistance.

Q.3. Give the brief answers

a)      Tell some materials in your home through which electricity can pass and through whichcannot pass.

b)      Two resistances of 5Ω and 10Ω are connected in series of a 12V battery. What will be current flowing through each resistance?

c)      In the given figure, do you think bulbs are in parallel or in series? How current and voltage will divide in bulbs.

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Finding resistance

There are basically three different types of circuits that the resistor can be in.

Series

In this situation, to find the total resistance is to basically add up all the resistor values.

a)      Tell some materials in your home through which electricity can pass and through which cannot pass.

Electricity can pass through some materials - these are called conductors. Materials through which electricity cannot pass are called insulators. Plastic is a good insulator and so this is why plastic is used for the insulation around electric wires. Electricity can pass through some objects better than through others. Conductors are materials through which electrons can travel more freely. Copper, aluminium, steel and other metals are good conductors. So are some liquids like saltwater. Insulators are materials in which electrons cannot move around. They stay in place. Glass, rubber, plastic or dry wood are good insulators. They are important for your safety, because without them, you couldn’t touch a hot pan or plug in a TV set.

Two resistances of 5Ω and 10Ω are connected in series of a 12V battery. What will be current flowing through each resistance?

5Ω+10Ω =15Ω

12V/15Ω = 0.8A

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