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Posted by jason on Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 2:36pm.

Two circuits (the figure below) are constructed using identical, ideal batteries (emf = E ) and identical lightbulbs (resistance = R). If each bulb in circuit 1 dissipates 4.00 W of power, how much power does each bulb in circuit 2 dissipate? Ignore changes in the resistance of the bulbs due to temperature changes.

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