A 60W-120V bulb and a 200W-120V bulb are connected in a series across a 240V line. Assume that the resistance of each bulb does not vary with current.(Note:The 60W-120V means it dissipates 60W when connected to a 120V line, and the 200W-120V means it dissipates 200W when connected to a 120V line). Find the current running through the bulbs. What I did: The voltage is double, so I figured that if the voltage is doubled, the power must be doubled since [tex] P = I * \Delta V[/tex] and the current remains the same. Since [tex] \Delta V[/tex] changes between each bulb, I decided to use the net power and solved for I. [tex]520 = I * 240 = 2.17A[/tex]. This is way off from the answer of .769A. Can anyone tell me what I did wrong?