# Circuit Diagrams

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Circuit Diagrams### Questions

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- Does the Norton's theorem provide a method for the reduction of any ac circuit to an equivalent form consisting of an equivalent voltage source in series with an equivalent impedance?
- Does the term "series opposing" mean that sources are in series with opposite polarities?
- The output of a certain voltage divider is 12 V with no load. When a load is connected, does the output voltage decrease?
- What happens to the total resistance when a fourth resistor is connected in a series with three resistors?
- How can I represent a schematic diagram of circuit for three D-cells placed in a battery pack to power a circuit containing three light bulbs in series?
- How can I represent a schematic diagram of circuit for three D-cells placed in a battery pack to power a circuit containing three light bulbs in parallel?
- When is better to use parallel circuits?
- What is the equivalent resistance of three resistances of 12 Ω each connected in parallel?
- What does series circuits mean?
- What does the last color band represent on a color-coded resistor?
- Why would we care about a resistor's temperature increasing?
- What is the purpose of a resistor?
- How can I draw circuit diagrams on a computer?
- Why is the Thevenin's theorem important for circuit diagrams?
- Question #ec4ec
- If all you have is a 120-V line, would it be possible to light several 6-V lamps without burning them out? How?
- Suppose you connect a battery to a small light bulb with a single wire. What will happen?
- What is the correct way of connecting an ammeter and a voltmeter?
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- Question #13465
- Given a circuit with resistors R1 = 10 W, R2 = 15 W, R3 = 20 and voltage, #V_b = 12V#, see figure, find the currents through all the resistors?
- The circuit in the figure has been in position a for a long time, then the switch is thrown to position b. With #Vb = 12 V, C = 10 mF, R = 20 W#. a.) What is the current through the resistor before/after the switch? b) capacitor before/after c) at t=3sec?
- Initially switch is open, no charge on the capacitor, (a) Close the switch, find #I_i, (i = 1, 2, 3) Q, & V_C# immediately after. (b) Switch is closed for long find #I_i, Q & V_C#. (c) Find #I_i, Q, & V_c# immediately reopened? d) Reopened for long?
- How do you solve for the voltages and currents in this circuit diagram?
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- Question #03d44
- What is an Integrated circuit?
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- Question #caa5a
- In a transistor if #I_c/I_e=alpha# and #I_c/I_b=beta#, if #alpha# varies between #(20)/(21)# and #(100)/(101)#, then the value of #beta# lied between?
- Question #11250
- A current of 1.5 A flows through a 30-ohm resistor that is connected across a battery. What is the battery's voltage?
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- How to solve for the current and and voltage for led and thermistor?
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- Question #ab82a
- An 18 Ω, 9 Ω, and 6 Ω resistor are connected in parallel to an emf source. A current of 4 A is the 9 Ω resistor. How do you calculate the resistance of the circuit? What is the potential difference across the source?
- Calculate the equivalent resistance from point #A# to #B#?