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ECET 110 Week 1 Homework

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Why do you never apply an ohmmeter to a live network? What is the voltage across a 220 Ω resistor if the current through it is 5.6 mA? What is the current through a 6.8 Ω resistor of the voltage drop across it is 24V? What is the power delivered by a 6V battery if the current drain is 750mA? The current through a 4k Ω resistor is 7.2mA. What is the power delivered to the resistor? Chapter 5 Find the individual (not combination of) elements (voltage source and/or resistors) that are in series. Find total resistance Rt for each configuration. For the series configuration in Fig. 5.92, constructed of standard values: For the series configuration in Fig. 5.93, constructed using standard value resistors: For the circuit in Fig. 5.97, constructed of standard value resistors: Find the unknown quantities for the circuit of Fig. 5.98 using the information provided. Using Kirchhoff’s voltage law, find the unknown voltages for the circuits in Fig. 5.105. Use the voltage divider rule, find the indicated voltages in Fig. 5.111. Using the voltage divider rule or Kirchhoff’s voltage law, determine the unknown voltages for the configurations in Fig. 5.112. Do not calculate the current!

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Why do you never apply an ohmmeter to a live network? What is the voltage across a 220 Ω resistor if the current through it is 5.6 mA? What is the current through a 6.8 Ω resistor of the voltage drop across it is 24V? What is the power delivered by a 6V battery if the current drain is 750mA? The current through a 4k Ω resistor is 7.2mA. What is the power delivered to the resistor? Chapter 5 Find the individual (not combination of) elements (voltage source and/or resistors) that are in series. Find total resistance Rt for each configuration. For the series configuration in Fig. 5.92, constructed of standard values: For the series configuration in Fig. 5.93, constructed using standard value resistors: For the circuit in Fig. 5.97, constructed of standard value resistors: Find the unknown quantities for the circuit of Fig. 5.98 using the information provided. Using Kirchhoff’s voltage law, find the unknown voltages for the circuits in Fig. 5.105. Use the voltage divider rule, find the indicated voltages in Fig. 5.111. Using the voltage divider rule or Kirchhoff’s voltage law, determine the unknown voltages for the configurations in Fig. 5.112. Do not calculate the current!

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