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Two batteries connected in series feed a 0.16 Ohm resistor with 80 Watts of power at 3.85 Volts. Each 4 Volts battery is capable of supplying up to 20 Amps of continuous current.
Ohm's Law calculation gives 22.36 Amps of current draw for the entire circuit but .....
Question 1: How much current is drawn from each battery ?
Question 2: Will each battery still give out 22.36 Amps of current or will the current draw per battery be divided because Wattage output is divided between two batteries (80 Watts/2 batteries) ?
Ohm's Law calculation gives 22.36 Amps of current draw for the entire circuit but .....
Question 1: How much current is drawn from each battery ?
Question 2: Will each battery still give out 22.36 Amps of current or will the current draw per battery be divided because Wattage output is divided between two batteries (80 Watts/2 batteries) ?
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