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Series Parallel Circuits
Two 3.3 k resistors are in series and this series combination is in parallel with a 4.7 k resistor. The voltage across one of the 3.3 k resistors is 12 V. The voltage across the 4.7 k resistor is
6 V
24 V
0 V
12 V
6 V
24 V
0 V
12 V
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Series Parallel Circuits
The parallel combination of a 6.8 k resistor and a 10 k resistor is in series with the parallel combination of a 2.2 k resistor and a 1 k resistor. A 100 V source is connected across the circuit. The resistor(s) with the greatest voltage drop is (are)
2.2 k and 1 k
6.8 k and 10 k
6.8 k
2.2 k
2.2 k and 1 k
6.8 k and 10 k
6.8 k
2.2 k
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Series Parallel Circuits
On which of the following voltage range settings will a voltmeter present the minimum load on a circuit?
1 V
1,000 V
500 V
50 V
1 V
1,000 V
500 V
50 V
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Series Parallel Circuits
The output of a certain voltage divider is 12 V with no load. When a load is connected, the output voltage
becomes zero
increases
decreases
remains the same
becomes zero
increases
decreases
remains the same
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Series Parallel Circuits
The parallel combination of a 470 resistor and a 1.2 k resistor is in series with the parallel combination of three 3 k resistors. A 200 V source is connected across the circuit. The resistor with the most current has a value of
3 k
470
1.2 k
470 or 1.2 k
3 k
470
1.2 k
470 or 1.2 k
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Series Parallel Circuits
Three 10 k resistors are connected in series. A 20 k resistor is connected in parallel across one of the 10 k resistors. The voltage source is 24 V. The total current in the circuit is
900 A
9 mA
800 A
90 mA
900 A
9 mA
800 A
90 mA
Answer
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