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Science Equation Spreadsheets Equations

Voltage (V) = Current (I) x Resistance (R)
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Press the 'Tab' key to move through answer cells. a. b. c. Voltage is measured in Current is measured in Resistance is measured in

2.

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a. b. c.

The unit of resistance is The unit of voltage is The unit of current is

3.

Complete the rearranged equations
a. b. c. Current x Resistance Voltage ÷ Current = =

Voltage ÷ Resistance =

4.

Complete these equations
a. b. c. Current = Voltage ÷ ÷ x

Resistance = Voltage =

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Science Equation Spreadsheets Tables

Voltage (V) = Current (I) x Resistance (R)
Measure

Volts

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Ohms

Units

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Question Current (A) a. b. c. d. e. 2 10 1 4 3 Resistance (Ω) 10 3 5 20 45 Voltage (V)

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Question Current (A) a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

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Resistance (Ω) 10 3 60 1 24 10 10.5

Voltage (V) 20 15 240 1 12 9.5 3.4

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Current (A)

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Resistance (Ω) 100 22 15

Voltage (V)

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Science Equation Spreadsheets Problems

Voltage (V) = Current (I) x Resistance (R)
Measure

Volts

Amps

Ohms

Units

V

A

You can enter Ω by pressing shift and w

1.

Complete these voltage calculations

(round off to 2 decimal places where neces

a.

A kettle with a resistance of 96 ohms takes a current of 2.5 amps. Calculate the voltage. Voltage = = Current 2.5 A x x = Resistance Ω V

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b.

A bulb of resistance 10 ohms carries a current of 1.2 amps. What voltage is across the bulb? Voltage = = Current A x x = Ω V

c.

What voltage will produce a current of 0.5 amps in a circuit with resistance 30 ohms? Remember to complete the units. Voltage = = A x x = Resistance Ω

d.

A 50 ohm piece of resistance wire has a current of 1.3 amps flowing in it. Calculate the voltage required. Remember to complete the units. = = Current x x = V

e.

A car headlamp has a resistance of 1.7 ohms and takes a current of 7 amps. What is the voltage of the car battery? = = x x = V

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2.

Complete these mixed calculations

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a.

A 6 volt torch has a bulb with resistance of 24 ohms. Calculate the current through the bulb. Current = = Voltage V ÷ ÷

=

b.

A portable CD player has a 9 volt battery and takes a current of 0.3 amps. What is the resistance of the circuit? = = Voltage ÷ ÷ =

c.

A car radio runs off a 12 volt battery and has a resistance of 19 ohms. Calculate what current it taken. = = ÷ ÷ = Resistance

d.

What voltage must be applied to a circuit with a 600 ohm resistance to produce a current of 0.04 amps? = = x x = Current

e.

An electric cooker on a 230 volt mains supply has two identical hotplates switched on. If the total current is 7.4 amps, what is the resistance of each hotplate? Current in each hotplate Resistance = = = ÷ ÷ = A

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Science Equation Spreadsheets Conversions

Voltage (V) = Current (I) x Resistance (R)
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Volts

Amps

Ohms

Units

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mV

mA

MΩ, kΩ

1.

Complete these voltage conversions
1000mV in 1V a. b. c. d. e. 1000 mV 2000 mV 500 mV mV mV = = = = = 1V V V 4V 9.5 V

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2.

Complete these current conversions
1000mA in 1A a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. 1000 mA 6000 mA 200 mA mA mA mA 80 mA 732 mA mA mA = = = = = = = = = = 1A A A 3.5 A 10 A 0.47 A A A 45.87 A 0.01 A

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3.

Complete these resistance conversions
1000Ω in 1kΩ, 1000000Ω in 1MΩ a. b. c. d. e. f. g. 1000000 Ω 3000000 Ω 400 Ω Ω Ω Ω 200000 Ω = = = = = = = 1 ΜΩ ΜΩ kΩ 3.5 ΜΩ 0.01 ΜΩ 0.52 ΜΩ ΜΩ

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Science Equation Spreadsheets Problems 2

Voltage (V) = Current (I) x Resistance (R)
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Amps

Ohms

Units

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A mA

Ω MΩ, kΩ

Units

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1.

Complete these mixed calculations

(round off to 2 decimal places where necessary)

a.

An electronic circuit has a resistance of 50 ohms and passes a current of 120 mA. Calculate the voltage across the circuit. Current converted to amps Voltage = = Current A = x x = Ω V A

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A car battery has 6 cells of 2.1 volts each. Calculate the total current used by the two brake lights each having a resistance of 4.5 ohms. Total voltage of battery = V

Current

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Voltage

÷

Current for a single bulb = V ÷ = Current for a two bulbs = Ω Α Α

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The element of an electric fire has a resistance of 2.5 ohms per cm. If the current is 4 amps when it is connected to a voltage of 230 volts, calculate the length of the element in cm.

Resistance

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÷

Total resistance of the element = V ÷ = Length of element = A Ω

d.

Two resistors of 4 ohms and 2 ohms are connected in series. Calculate the voltage across each resistor if they are connected to a 3 volt battery. Total resistance = Ω + = Current = = V ÷ ÷ = Voltage = x Resistance Ω Α Ω Ω

Voltage across first resistor = A x = Voltage across second resistor

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A voltage of 110V produces a current of 50mA in a circuit. What is the resistance of the circuit in kΩ? Current converted to amps = = Voltage V = ÷ ÷ = = kΩ A

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