science

A linear circuit is shown below in Figure 1.

Figure 1
The elements in this circuit have the following values: R1=100Ω, R2=200Ω, R3=350Ω, V=5V, and I=0.004A.

Determine the potentials drops vA and vB across resistors R1 and R2 respectively.

What is the value of voltage vA in Volts?

incorrect
What is the value of voltage vB in Volts?

incorrect
Now let us determine if the answers you came up with satisfy the laws of physics.

What is the power (in Watts) dissipated in resistor R1?

incorrect
What is the power (in Watts) dissipated in resistor R2?

incorrect
What is the power (in Watts) dissipated in resistor R3?

incorrect
What is the power (in Watts) coming out of the voltage source V?

incorrect
What is the power (in Watts) coming out of the current source I?

  1. 👍 0
  2. 👎 0
  3. 👁 260
  1. How are the resistors connected?

    1. 👍 0
    2. 👎 0

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. Solar Energy Please Help

    Figure 1 shows a simplication of the AM1.5 solar spectrum at 1000W/m2. The spectrum is divided in three spectral ranges: A for 0nm

    asked by Anonymous on October 26, 2013
  2. electronic,physical,science

    A circuit that combines two or more signals is called a mixer. In this lab, your goal is to build a mixer that combines the signals generated by two voltage sources, V1 and V2, where: V1 is a 1 kHz square wave that varies between

    asked by Emanuel Ruiz on March 30, 2013
  3. physics

    This problem explores the difference between solving a circuit using the KCL/KVL method and the node method. The circuit shown below has five elements: three resistors, a current source and a voltage source. The resistance of the

    asked by juanpro on July 10, 2020
  4. physics

    which one of the following statements concerning an ac circuit is true? a) when only resistance is present in an ac circuit, voltage and current are in phase. b) on average, the power dissipated by resistor in an ac circuit is

    asked by seema on May 1, 2010
  5. Physics

    Consider the circuit shown in the figure below. (Assume R1 = 12.0 Ω and R2 = 6.00 Ω.) Read this for the figure - A rectangular circuit begins at its left side at a 25.0 V battery with the positive terminal on top. From the

    asked by Div on March 2, 2019
  1. Science

    Which choice most accurately explains the role of a circuit component in preventing a circuit from getting too hot and catching fire? (Select all that apply) 1-A fuse can be used to prevent a circuit from getting too hot. It will

    asked by Hi on May 6, 2020
  2. science(check answers)

    1.D 2.A 3.A 4.im not sure please help 5.false One light bulb in a string of lights goes out. This causes all of the other lights in the string to also go out. This is an example of a A. resistor. B. parallel circuit. C. closed

    asked by matt on March 31, 2014
  3. Science

    One light bulb in a string of lights goes out. This causes all the other lights in the string to also go out. This is an example of a?? 1) resistor 2)parallel circuit 3)closed circuit 4)series circuit I think #4. Thanks in advance

    asked by JAMIE on May 1, 2017
  4. Science

    One light bulb in a string of lights goes out this causes all other lights in string to go out. This is example of A. Resistor B. parallel circuit C. Closed circuit***** D. Series circuit When a switch is turned from the off to

    asked by BUBBLES on March 1, 2015
  5. calculus

    Part of a circuit has two resistors connected in parallel as shown in the figure. R(1) is a constant resistor of 10 ohm, while R(2) is a variable resistor with resistance that varies at a rate of 2 ohms per minute. The total, or

    asked by NEED HELP NOW! on July 29, 2011
  6. Physics

    Consider the RL circuit shown in the figure, where R = 5.0 Ω and L = 4.6 H. How much energy is stored in the inductor after the switch has been closed a long time? I would know how to do this if they actually gave me a value for

    asked by Valerie on April 14, 2013

You can view more similar questions or ask a new question.