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Hey everyone,
I'm currently working through some physics questions considering physics and became really stuck over a few questions therein.
1: If you have a circuit (See file 1) where the ammeter reads 3.20 then what will the voltmeter read?
2: If you have a circuit (See file 2) where the resistance points are 4, 2, and 2, ohms then what will the equivalent resistance be between points A and B.
3: If you have a bridge circuit (See file 3) where I=6A, I2=4A, and I3=0 then find I1, I4, and I5.
As far as I'm concerned these questions are supposed to be really easy and are to be solved using the basic principals of physics but try as I might I just cant understand where to start. If you could provide some detailed solutions as to how I might solve them then that would be awesome. Btw these questions are on a grade 12 scale (just to give you guys an idea of what I'm working on). Thanks!
I'm currently working through some physics questions considering physics and became really stuck over a few questions therein.
1: If you have a circuit (See file 1) where the ammeter reads 3.20 then what will the voltmeter read?
2: If you have a circuit (See file 2) where the resistance points are 4, 2, and 2, ohms then what will the equivalent resistance be between points A and B.
3: If you have a bridge circuit (See file 3) where I=6A, I2=4A, and I3=0 then find I1, I4, and I5.
As far as I'm concerned these questions are supposed to be really easy and are to be solved using the basic principals of physics but try as I might I just cant understand where to start. If you could provide some detailed solutions as to how I might solve them then that would be awesome. Btw these questions are on a grade 12 scale (just to give you guys an idea of what I'm working on). Thanks!
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