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Multiple-choice questions may continue on

the next column or page nd all choices

before answering.

001 10.0 points

Consider the circuit shown in the gure.

25 V

28

3

37

13

20

Find its equivalent resistance.

Correct answer: 47.5885 .

Explanation:

25 V

R

a

R

b

R

c

R

d

R

e

Let : R

a

= 28 ,

R

b

= 3 ,

R

c

= 37 ,

R

d

= 13 , and

R

e

= 20 .

R

a

and R

b

are in parallel, so

1

R

ab

=

1

R

a

+

1

R

b

R

ab

=

_

1

R

a

+

1

R

b

_

1

R

ab

=

_

1

28

+

1

3

_

1

= 2.70968

R

d

and R

e

are in parallel, so

R

de

=

_

1

R

d

+

1

R

e

_

1

R

de

=

_

1

13

+

1

20

_

1

= 7.87879

These resistors are in series, so

R

eq

= R

ab

+ R

c

+ R

de

= 2.70968 + 37 + 7.87879

= 47.5885 .

002 10.0 points

A resistor with an unknown resistance is con-

nected in parallel to a 10 resistor. When

both resistors are connected in parallel to an

emf source of 10 V, the current through the

unknown resistor is measured with an amme-

ter to be 3 A.

What is the resistance of the unknown re-

sistor?

Correct answer: 3.33333 .

Explanation:

Let : V = 10 V, and

I

1

= 3 A.

V = IR

R

1

=

V

I

1

=

10 V

3 A

= 3.33333 .

003 10.0 points

In the circuit shown below, the current i in

the resistor R doubles its original value when

the switch S is closed.

94.598 14

14 94.598

R

E

S

i

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Find the value of R.

Correct answer: 5.51828 .

Explanation:

For resistors in parallel,

1

R

eq,p

=

1

R

a

+

1

R

b

.

For resistors in series,

R

eq,s

= R

a

+ R

b

.

R

1

R

2

R

3

R

4

R

E

S

Let : R

1

= 94.598 ,

R

2

= 14 ,

R

3

= 14 ,

R

4

= 94.598 , and

R

eq,c

=

1

2

R

eq,o

.

for the current to double when the switch is

closed, the equivalent resistance must drop to

one-half its value when the switch is open.

With the switch open,

R

12

= R

1

+ R

2

= 94.598 + 14 = 108.598

R

34

= R

3

+ R

4

= 14 + 94.598 = 108.598

R

1234

=

1

R

12

+

1

R

34

=

_

1

R

12

+

1

R

34

_

1

=

_

1

108.598

+

1

108.598

_

1

= 54.299

R

eq,o

= R + R

1234

.

When the switch is closed,

R

13

=

1

R

1

+

1

R

3

=

_

1

R

1

+

1

R

3

_

1

=

_

1

94.598

+

1

14

_

1

= 12.1952

R

24

=

1

R

2

+

1

R

4

=

_

1

R

2

+

1

R

4

_

1

=

_

1

14

+

1

94.598

_

1

= 12.1952

R

eq,c

= R + R

13

+ R

24

.

The new resistance is one-half the original, so

R + R

13

+R

24

=

1

2

(R + R

1234

)

2 R + 2 R

13

+ 2 R

24

= R + R

1234

, so

R = R

1234

2 R

13

2 R

24

R = (54.299 ) 2 (12.1952 ) 2 (12.1952 )

= 5.51828 .

keywords:

004 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points

The power supplied to the circuit shown in

the gure is 14.0 W.

E

3.0

17.0

7.0

4.5

3.0

a) Find the equivalent resistance of the cir-

cuit.

Correct answer: 5.27759 .

Explanation:

luu (al34557) HW7 mackie (10623) 3

E

R

1

R

2

R

3

R

4

R

5

Let : R

1

= 3.0 ,

R

2

= 17.0 ,

R

3

= 7.0 ,

R

4

= 4.5 , and

R

5

= 3.0 .

For resistors in parallel,

1

R

eq,p

=

1

R

a

+

1

R

b

.

R

23

=

_

1

R

2

+

1

R

3

_

1

=

_

1

17

+

1

7

_

1

= 4.95833 .

For resistors in series,

R

eq,s

= R

a

+ R

b

.

R

234

= R

23

+ R

4

= 4.95833 + 4.5

= 9.45833 , and

R

2345

=

_

1

R

234

+

1

R

5

_

1

=

_

1

9.45833

+

1

3

_

1

= 2.27759 , so

R

eq

= R

1

+ R

2345

= 3 + 2.27759

= 5.27759 .

005 (part 2 of 2) 10.0 points

b) Find the potential dierence across the

battery.

Correct answer: 8.59571 V.

Explanation:

Let : P = 14.0 W

P =

(V )

2

R

V =

_

PR

eq

=

_

(14 W) (5.27759 )

= 8.59571 V .

006 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points

A 38 V battery has an internal resistance r.

1 A

38 V

r

33

88

internal

resistance

What is the value of r?

Correct answer: 14 .

Explanation:

I

1

I

2

I

3

E

r

R

2

R

3

internal

resistance

Let : E = 38 V,

R

2

= 33 ,

R

3

= 88 , and

I

1

= 1 A.

luu (al34557) HW7 mackie (10623) 4

Since R

2

and R

3

are connected parallel,

their equivalent resistance R

23

is

1

R

23

=

1

R

2

+

1

R

3

=

R

3

+ R

2

R

2

R

3

R

23

=

R

2

R

3

R

2

+ R

3

=

(33 ) (88 )

33 + 88

= 24 .

Using Ohms law, we have

E = I

1

r + I

1

R

23

r =

E I

1

R

23

I

1

=

38 V (1 A) (24 )

1 A

= 38 24 = 14 .

007 (part 2 of 2) 10.0 points

Determine the magnitude of the current

through the 88 resistor in the upper left

of the circuit.

Correct answer: 0.272727 A.

Explanation:

The potential drop across the 88 resistor

on the left-hand side of the circuit is

E

3

= E I

1

r

= 38 V (1 A) (14 )

= 38 V 14 V

= 24 V,

so the current through the resistor is

I

3

=

E

3

r

3

=

24 V

88

=

3

11

A = 0.272727 A .

008 10.0 points

7.7 V 2.8 V

3.9 V

I

1

1.4 2.9

I

2

4.3

I

3

9.9

Find the current I

1

in the 1.4 resistor

at the bottom of the circuit between the two

power supplies.

Correct answer: 1.0662 A.

Explanation:

E

1

E

2

E

3

I

1

R

A

R

B

I

2

R

C

I

3

R

D

At a junction (Conservation of Charge)

I

1

+ I

2

I

3

= 0 . (1)

Kirchhos law on the large outside loop gives

(R

A

+ R

B

) I

1

+ R

D

I

3

= E

1

+ E

2

. (2)

Kirchhos law on the right-hand small loop

gives

R

C

I

2

+ R

D

I

3

= E

3

. (3)

Let : R

A

= 1.4 ,

R

B

= 2.9 ,

R

C

= 4.3 ,

R

D

= 9.9 ,

E

1

= 7.7 V,

E

2

= 2.8 V, and

E

3

= 3.9 V.

Using determinants,

I

1

=

0 1 1

E

1

+ E

2

0 R

D

E

3

R

C

R

D

1 1 1

R

A

+ R

B

0 R

D

0 R

C

R

D

Expanding along the rst row, the numera-

tor is

D

1

=

0 1 1

E

1

+ E

2

0 R

D

E

3

R

C

R

D

= 0 1

E

1

+ E

2

R

D

E

3

R

D

+ (1)

E

1

+ E

2

0

E

3

R

C

= [(E

1

+ E

2

) R

D

E

3

R

D

]

[R

C

(E

1

+ E

2

) 0]

= R

D

(E

3

E

1

E

2

) R

C

(E

1

+ E

2

)

= (9.9 ) (3.9 V 7.7 V 2.8 V)

(4.3 ) (7.7 V + 2.8 V)

= 110.49 V.

Expanding along the rst column, the de-

nominator is

D =

1 1 1

R

A

+ R

B

0 R

D

0 R

C

R

D

= 1

0 R

D

R

C

R

D

(R

A

+ R

B

)

1 1

R

C

R

D

+ 0

= 0 R

C

R

D

(R

A

+ R

B

) (R

D

+ R

C

)

= (4.3 ) (9.9 )

(1.4 + 2.9 ) (9.9 + 4.3 )

= 103.63

2

, and

I

1

=

D

1

D

=

110.49 V

103.63

2

= 1.0662 A .

009 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points

Four resistors are connected as shown in

the gure.

92 V

S

1

c

d

a

b

2

3

3

9

5

3

8

8

Correct answer: 15.218 .

Explanation:

E

B

S

1

c

d

a

b

R

1

R

2

R

3

R

4

Let : R

1

= 23 ,

R

2

= 39 ,

R

3

= 53 ,

R

4

= 88 , and

E = 92 V.

Ohms law is V = I R.

A good rule of thumb is to eliminate junc-

tions connected by zero resistance.

E

B

a

d

b

c

R

1

R

2

R

3

R

4

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The series connection of R

2

and R

3

gives

the equivalent resistance

R

23

= R

2

+ R

3

= 39 + 53

= 92 .

The total resistance R

ab

between a and b can

be obtained by calculating the resistance in

the parallel combination of the resistors R

1

,

R

4

, and R

23

; i.e.,

1

R

ab

=

1

R

1

+

1

R

2

+ R

3

+

1

R

4

=

R

4

(R

2

+ R

3

) + R

1

R

4

+ R

1

(R

2

+ R

3

)

R

1

R

4

(R

2

+ R

3

)

R

ab

=

R

1

R

4

(R

2

+ R

3

)

R

4

(R

2

+ R

3

) + R

1

R

4

+ R

1

(R

2

+ R

3

)

The denominator is

R

4

(R

2

+ R

3

) + R

1

R

4

+ R

1

(R

2

+ R

3

)

= (88 )[39 + 53 ] + (23 ) (88 )

+ (23 ) [39 + 53 ]

= 12236

2

,

so the equivalent resistance is

R

ab

=

(23 ) (88 ) [39 + 53 ]

(12236

2

)

= 15.218 .

010 (part 2 of 2) 10.0 points

What is the current in the 39 resistor?

Correct answer: 1 A.

Explanation:

The voltages across R

2

and R

3

, respec-

tively, (the voltage between a and b) are

V

ab

= V

23

= 92 V, and we have

I

23

= I

3

= I

2

=

V

ab

R

23

=

92 V

92

= 1 A .

011 (part 1 of 3) 10.0 points

39.3

5.16

16.9

37.2 V

18.6 V

Find the current through the 16.9 (lower)

resistor.

Correct answer: 0.96727 A.

Explanation:

r

1

r

2

R

E

1

E

2

I

1

I

2

I

3

Let : E

1

= 37.2 V,

E

1

= 18.6 V,

r

1

= 39.3 ,

r

2

= 5.16 , and

R = 16.9 .

Assuming currents I

1

, I

2

, and I

3

in the

direction show, we get I

3

= I

1

+ I

2

.

Applying Kirchhos loop rule, we can get

two equations.

E

1

= I

1

r

1

+ I

3

R (1)

E

2

= I

2

r

2

+ I

3

R

= (I

3

I

1

) r

2

+ I

3

R

= I

1

r

2

+ I

3

(R + r

2

) , (2)

Multiplying Eq. (1) by r

2

, Eq. (2) by r

1

,

E

1

r

2

= I

1

r

1

r

2

+ r

2

I

3

R

E

2

r

1

= I

1

r

1

r

2

+ I

3

r

1

(R + r

2

)

luu (al34557) HW7 mackie (10623) 7

Adding,

E

1

r

2

+ E

2

r

1

= I

3

[r

2

R + r

1

(R + r

2

)]

I

3

=

E

1

r

2

+ E

2

r

1

r

2

R + r

1

(R + r

2

)

=

(37.2 V) (5.16 ) + (18.6 V) (39.3 )

(5.16 ) (16.9 ) + (39.3 ) (16.9 + 5.16 )

= 0.96727 A .

012 (part 2 of 3) 10.0 points

Determine the current in the 39.3 (upper)

resistor.

Correct answer: 0.530614 A.

Explanation:

From (1), get

I

1

=

E

1

I

3

R

r

1

=

37.2 V (0.96727 A) (16.9 )

39.3

= 0.530614 A .

013 (part 3 of 3) 10.0 points

Determine the current in the 5.16 (middle)

resistor.

Correct answer: 0.436655 A.

Explanation:

From (2), get

I

2

=

E

2

I

3

R

r

2

=

18.6 V (0.96727 A) (16.9 )

5.16

= 0.436655 A .

014 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points

The circuit has been connected as shown in

the gure for a long time.

81 V

S

1

2

F

2

6

2

8

3

2

tential E

C

across the capacitor?

1. |E

C

| = 40 V

2. |E

C

| = 14 V

3. |E

C

| = 27 V

4. |E

C

| = 30 V correct

5. |E

C

| = 5 V

6. |E

C

| = 24 V

7. |E

C

| = 44 V

8. |E

C

| = 20 V

9. |E

C

| = 6 V

10. |E

C

| = 12 V

Explanation:

E

S

C

t

b

a

b

It

R

1

I

t

R

2

I

b

R

3

Ib

R

4

Let : R

1

= 26 ,

R

2

= 28 ,

R

3

= 4 ,

R

4

= 32 , and

C = 12 F.

luu (al34557) HW7 mackie (10623) 8

After a long time implies that the ca-

pacitor C is fully charged and therefore the

capacitor acts as an open circuit with no cur-

rent owing to it. The equivalent circuit is

It

R

1

I

t

R

2

R

3

I

b Ib

R

4

a

b

R

t

= R

1

+ R

2

= 26 + 28 = 54

R

b

= R

3

+ R

4

= 4 + 32 = 36

I

t

=

E

R

t

=

81 V

54

= 1.5 A

I

b

=

E

R

b

=

81 V

36

= 2.25 A

Across R

1

E

1

= I

t

R

1

= (1.5 A) (26 )

= 39 V.

Across R

3

E

3

= I

b

R

3

= (2.25 A) (4 )

= 9 V.

Since E

1

and E

3

are measured from the same

point a, the potential dierence across C

must be

E

C

= E

3

E

1

= 9 V 39 V

= 30 V

|E

C

| = 30 V .

015 (part 2 of 2) 10.0 points

If the battery is disconnected, howlong does it

take for the capacitor to discharge to

E

t

E

0

=

1

e

of its initial voltage?

1. t

E

t

/E

0

= 228

2. t

E

t

/E

0

= 798

3. t

E

t

/E

0

= 500

4. t

E

t

/E

0

= 216

5. t

E

t

/E

0

= 312

6. t

E

t

/E

0

= 672

7. t

E

t

/E

0

= 240 correct

8. t

E

t

/E

0

= 272

9. t

E

t

/E

0

= 91

10. t

E

t

/E

0

= 330

Explanation:

With the battery removed, the circuit is

C

I

R

1

I

r

R

2

R

3

I

Ir

R

4

r

C

R

e

q

I

e

q

where

R

= R

1

+ R

3

= 26 + 4 = 30 ,

R

r

= R

2

+ R

4

= 28 + 32 = 60

and

R

eq

=

_

1

R

+

1

R

r

_

1

=

_

1

30

+

1

60

_

1

= 20 .

Therefore the time constant is

R

eq

C = (20 ) (12 F) = 240 s .

luu (al34557) HW7 mackie (10623) 9

The equation for discharge of the capacitor is

Q

t

Q

0

= e

t/

, or

E

t

E

0

= e

t/

=

1

e

.

Taking the logarithm of both sides, we have

= ln

_

1

e

_

t = (ln e)

= (240 s) (1)

= 240 s .

keywords:

016 10.0 points

Dielectric materials used in the manufacture

of capacitors are characterized by conductiv-

ities that are small but not zero. Therefore,

a charged capacitor slowly loses its charge by

leaking across the dielectric.

If a certain 5.65 F capacitor leaks charge

such that the potential dierence decreases

to half its initial value in 1.9 s, what is the

equivalent resistance of the dielectric?

Correct answer: 4.85154 10

5

.

Explanation:

Let : t = 1.9 s and

C = 5.65 F = 5.65 10

6

F.

By using q = C V , we immediately nd out

that when the potential across the capacitor

is halved, the charge on the capacitor is also

halved; i.e.,

q

f

q

i

=

1

2

.

Also note that the charge drop has time de-

pendence as

q = q

0

e

t/RC

.

Solving for R yields

R =

t

C ln

_

q

0

q

_ .

Thus we have, for q

0

= q

i

and q = q

f

,

R =

t

C ln

_

q

i

q

f

_

=

(1.9 s)

(5.65 10

6

F) ln(2)

= 4.85154 10

5

.

017 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points

For a long period of time the switch S is

in position b. At t = 0 s, the switch S is

moved from position b to position a.

3 F

2 M

4 M

11 V

S

b

a

Find the voltage across the 2 M center-left

resistor at time t

1

= 5 s.

Correct answer: 4.78058 V.

Explanation:

C

R

1

R

2

V

0

S

b

a

Let : R

1

= 2 M = 2 10

6

,

R

2

= 4 M = 4 10

6

,

C = 3 F = 3 10

6

F, and

V

0

= 11 V.

luu (al34557) HW7 mackie (10623) 10

When the switch is closed to position a,

the resistor R

2

is not part of the circuit and

may be disregarded, see Figure (a).

C

R

1

V

0

Figure (a)

For an RC circuit,

I = I

0

e

t/(RC)

=

_

V

0

R

1

_

e

t/(R1 C)

.

Because I R

1

= V

R1

, we have

V

R1

= V

0

e

t1/(R1 C)

= (11 V) e

(5 s)/[(210

6

)(310

6

F)]

= 4.78058 V .

018 (part 2 of 2) 10.0 points

Much later, at some time t

0

= 0 s, the switch

is moved from position a to position b.

Find the voltage across the 2 M center-left

resistor at time t

= 2 s.

Correct answer: 3.28108 V.

Explanation:

Now the switch moves to position b,

thereby excluding the battery from the cir-

cuit, see Figure (b).

C

R

1

R

2

Figure (b)

Note: The equivalent resistance of the cir-

cuit is

R

eq

= R

1

+ R

2

= 2 10

6

+ 4 10

6

= 6 10

6

because R

1

and R

2

are in series.

Again, see Figure (b)

I = I

0

e

t

/(Req C)

=

V

0

R

eq

e

t

/(Req C)

because the capacitor has an initial potential

across it of V

0

. Thus,

V

R1

= I R

1

= V

0

_

R

1

R

eq

_

e

t

/(Req C)

For the given values

V

R1

= (11 V)

_

2 10

6

6 10

6

_

e

(2 s)/[(610

6

)(310

6

F)]

= 3.28108 V .

019 (part 1 of 3) 10.0 points

4 M

1.3 F

17.8 V

S

The switch is closed at t = 0.

Find the charge on the capacitor at 3.09 s.

Correct answer: 10.367 C.

Explanation:

R

C

E

S

luu (al34557) HW7 mackie (10623) 11

Let : t = 3.09 s ,

R = 4 M = 4 10

6

,

C = 1.3 F = 1.3 10

6

F, and

E = 17.8 V.

At t = 3.09 s,

q = C E

_

1 e

t/(RC)

_

= (1.3 10

6

F) (17.8 V)

_

1

exp

_

(3.09 s)

(4 10

6

) (1.3 10

6

F)

__

= 1.0367 10

5

C

= 10.367 C .

020 (part 2 of 3) 10.0 points

Find the current in the resistor at 3.09 s.

Correct answer: 2.45634 A.

Explanation:

At t = 3.09 s,

I =

E

R

e

t/(RC)

=

17.8 V

4 10

6

exp

_

(3.09 s)

(4 10

6

) (1.3 10

6

F)

_

= 2.45634 10

6

A

= 2.45634 A .

021 (part 3 of 3) 10.0 points

At 3.09 s the current in the resistor is I (Part

2) and the charge on the capacitor is q (Part

1).

What is the power delivered by the battery?

Correct answer: 43.7229 W.

Explanation:

In the time interval t, work done by the

battery in pushing charge q across the bat-

tery is

W

battery

= q E .

Correspondingly, the power is

d W

battery

dt

= E

dq

dt

= I E .

The power dissipated in a resistor is

d W

resistor

dt

= I

2

R.

The power to create the electric eld in a

capacitor is

d W

capacitor

dt

= I

q

C

.

Thus the total power dissipated in the capac-

itor and resistor, that is the power delivered

by the battery is

d W

battery

dt

= I

_

I R +

q

C

_

= (2.45634 10

6

A)

_

(2.45634 10

6

A)

(4 10

6

)

+

(1.0367 10

5

C)

(1.3 10

6

F)

_

= 4.37229 10

5

W

= 43.7229 W .

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