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Please Discuss Here about this assignment.Thanks

aslam-0-aliqum can any one tell me that which formula have to be used 2nd and 3rd questions of first assignment of PHY301. I will be very thankful to you.

well i am not sure either.......i also want to confirm my answers but apparently no one is interested in uploading the solution or sharing any help!!!

Anyone did the PHY301 Assignment yet...???????

I really need some help with question 2 and 3.......:(

Q no 3

In calculating the power supplied by battery u have used the value of I in mA instead of A.....????

Power = Watts = Volts x Amperes

Not milliamperes...!!!!!

if u think its not right dont do it

 

Ans 1:We can see that the resistors of 2 and 3 are in series, therefore their combine effect is 2 + 3= 5

8  and 8 are parallel to each other, therefore their combine effect

 is (8*8)/(8+8) = 4

2 and 2 are parallel to each other so their combine effect is (2*2)/(2+2) = 1

5 and 1 are in series therefore their combine effect is 5 + 1 = 6

6 and 2 are in series therefore their combine effect is 6 + 2 = 8

8 and 4 are in series therefore their combine effect is 8 + 4 = 12

6 and 12are in parallel therefore their combine effect is (6*12)/(6+12) = 4


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