PHY 184. Spring 2007 Lecture 17. Title: Resistance and Circuits. Announcements. Homework Set 4 is done! Midterm 1 will take place in class on Thursday Chapters 16 - 19 Homework Set 1 - 4 You may bring one 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of equations, front and back, prepared any way you prefer.
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PHY 184
Spring 2007
Lecture 17
Title: Resistance and Circuits
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Seating Instructions Thursday
Fall Semester 2006
Midterm 1
Section 1
Alphabetical Seating Order
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( agrees with def. of R = V / i )
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A) about 1
B) about 100
C) about 10
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C) about 10
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terminals of the battery
battery
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A) V, 2i
B) V, i/2
C) V/2, i
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C) V/2, i
In series: The resistors have identical currents i
The sum of potential differences across the resistors is equal to the applied potential difference:
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A) V, 2i
B) V, i/2
C) 2V, i
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B) V, i/2
In parallel: The resistors all have the same V applied
The sum of the currents through the resistors is equal to the total current:
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