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Solve the Circuit For Electromagnetism Unit

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madeeeeee
#1
Jan19-10, 11:18 PM
P: 87
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

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2. Relevant equations

V=IR

Rt=1/R1+1/R2+1/R3

3. The attempt at a solution

Please solve this circuit
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Yitzach
#2
Jan20-10, 12:53 AM
P: 61
You are missing a relevant equation and you have no idea what one of the others is good for.
[tex]R_t=R_1+R_2+R_3...[/tex] for resistors in series.
[tex]\frac{1}{R_t}=\frac{1}{R_1}+\frac{1}{R_2}+\frac{1}{R_3}...[/tex] for resistors in parallel.
You have a series-parallel circuit so both apply in certain parts.
We will not provide the answers because it is your homework.
madeeeeee
#3
Jan20-10, 07:09 AM
P: 87
Its just i am working on it but i need the anwers so i can check if i get it right. Please i have a test tomorrow

Yitzach
#4
Jan20-10, 09:48 AM
P: 61
Solve the Circuit For Electromagnetism Unit

Then show your answers and we might be able to help more.
madeeeeee
#5
Jan20-10, 06:20 PM
P: 87
ok so i have the answers can you please check to see if i'm right:

I1=4.0A
R1=3.8 ohms
R4=5.0 ohms
I2=2.0 A
I3=2.0 A
V2=20.0V
V3=20.v
I0=4.0A
Rt=10 ohms
V4=?
Rt=10 ohms
Yitzach
#6
Jan20-10, 07:50 PM
P: 61
You can check the V=IR across all components and their combinations to see if they make sense. If not your answers are not correct. I agree with [tex] I_0, I_1, I_2, I_3, V_2, V_3,\ and\ R_1[/tex] for now. I have something else to do. I'll check the rest later.
madeeeeee
#7
Jan20-10, 08:28 PM
P: 87
great, thank you!
madeeeeee
#8
Jan20-10, 10:14 PM
P: 87
is v4=15v
R4=3.8
Yitzach
#9
Jan21-10, 01:45 AM
P: 61
I agree with all answers except R4 and V4. Don't assume symmetry because both have 4A going through them. That current must go through the whole circuit, ie both R1 and R4.
Look at your configuration of resistors and find the equation that fits. You have two parallel resistors in series with two other resistors. And solve for R4. Then apply V=IR to that resistor.
For resistors in parallel, I solve for RT before entering it into my calculator or into a series equation like you will:
[tex]R_T=(\frac{1}{R_1}+\frac{1}{R_2}+...)^{-1}[/tex]
madeeeeee
#10
Jan21-10, 05:55 AM
P: 87
would r4 = 1.25 and v4 = 5

because if i make the parallel part of the series by doing Rt=1/ri + 1/r2...
than it will be 5 ohms and is series, the equation is rt=r1+r3+r4
10=3.75+5+r4
r4= 1.25
Yitzach
#11
Jan21-10, 09:38 AM
P: 61
There you have it. Good luck with the exam.


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