Calculate the value of resistor to be connected in series with two resistors each of 1.8Ohm and 5.6Ohm to give a total resistance of 10Ohm.

2.6Ohm

1 of 6

How many resistors of 0.27Ohm must be connected in series to give a total resistance of 3.51Ohm?

13

2 of 6

Two resistors connected in series have a combined resistance of 89.75Ohm. If the resistance of one resistor is 23.5Ohm, what is the value of the other resistor?

66.25Ohm

3 of 6

Six resistors of equal value are connected in series. Calculate the value of the individual resistors if the total resistance is 14.4Ohm.

2.4Ohm

4 of 6

Four resistors in series have voltage drops across them of 37V, 55V, 19V and 9V. Calculate the supply voltage.

120V

5 of 6

Four resistors with values of 3Ohm, 4Ohm, 6Ohm and 10Ohm are connected in series to a supply of 230 volts. Calculate the voltage drop across each resistance in the circuit.

30V, 40V, 60V, 100V

6 of 6

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

How many resistors of 0.27Ohm must be connected in series to give a total resistance of 3.51Ohm?

Back

13

Card 3

Front

Two resistors connected in series have a combined resistance of 89.75Ohm. If the resistance of one resistor is 23.5Ohm, what is the value of the other resistor?

Back

Card 4

Front

Six resistors of equal value are connected in series. Calculate the value of the individual resistors if the total resistance is 14.4Ohm.

Back

Card 5

Front

Four resistors in series have voltage drops across them of 37V, 55V, 19V and 9V. Calculate the supply voltage.

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