1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two bulbs P and Q labelled 12V , 24 W and 12 V and 36 W respectively are connected in series with a battery 24 V . Among the following statements , which one describes correctly about bulb P and Q (a) potential difference across P > pd across Q (b) resistance of Q > resistacne of P (c) current passing through Q > current in P (d) power dissipated from Q > power dissipated from P (e) potential difference and current in both bulbs are the same 3. The attempt at a solution For (a) , i don think its right , since from P=VI , where I is constant here , when P increases ,V also increases . For (b) , i think its correct because from P=I^2 R , when P increases , R also increases . (c) its not correct since the current passing through both bulbs are the same (d) this is also correct , since given that Q is 36 W and P is 24 W (e) this is incorrect . Is my reasoning for each correct ?