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Multiple-Choice

1. The length of an aluminum wire is quadrupled and the radius is doubled. By which factor

does the resistance change?

(A) 2 (B) 4 (C) 1/2 (D) 1/4 (E) 1

2. A copper wire has a length L and cross-sectional area A. What happens to the resistivity

of the wire if the length is doubled and cross-sectional area halved?

(A) Four times as large (B) Two times as large (C) Stays the same

(A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D (E) C and D

(A) A and B (B) B and C (C) C and D (D) D and A (E) C and A

Questions 5-7

5. In the circuit shown above, what is the value of the net resistance?

8. A lamp L1, a voltmeter V, an ammeter A, and a battery with zero internal resistance are

connected as shown above. Connecting another lamp L2 in series with the first lamp as

shown by the dashed lines would

(A) Increase the ammeter reading (B) Decrease the ammeter reading

(C) Increase the voltmeter reading (D) Decrease the voltmeter reading

Questions 9-10 relate to the five incomplete circuits below composed of resistors R, all of equal

resistance, and capacitors C, all of equal capacitance. A battery that can be used to complete

any of the circuits is available.

9. Into which circuit should the battery be connected to obtain the greatest steady power

dissipation?

10. Which circuit will retain stored energy if the battery is connected to it and then

disconnected?

11. The five resistors shown below have the lengths and cross-sectional areas indicated and are

made of material with the same resistivity. Which has the smallest resistance?

(A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D (E) E

12. Two capacitors are connected in parallel as shown above. A voltage V is applied to the

pair. What is the ratio of charge stored on C1 to the charge stored on C2, when C1 = 3C2?

(A) 4/9 (B) 2/3 (C) 3/1 (D) 3/2 (E) 9/4

13. The circuit shown above left is made up of a variable resistor and a battery with

negligible internal resistance. A graph of the power P dissipated in the resistor as a function

of the current I supplied by the battery is given above right. What is the emf of the battery?

(A) 5 V (B) 8 V (C) 10 V (D) 20 V (E) 40 V

14. The total equivalent resistance of the circuit shown on the diagram is:

(A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5 (D) 6 (E) 9

15. A heating spiral of resistance R converts electrical energy into thermal energy that is

transferred to the liquid in which the spiral is immersed. If the voltage across the spiral is V,

the thermal energy transferred to the liquid in time t is:

(A) Vrt (B) V2Rt (C) VR2t (D) VRt2 (E) V2t/R

16. In the circuit two identical resistors R are connected in series with 8- resistor and 12- V

battery. What is the value of R if the current in the circuit I = 1 A?

(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 4 (D) 12 (E) 18

(A) 1 F (B) 2 F (C) 3 F (D) 4 F (E) 5 F

(A) 6 C (B) 12 C (C) 48 C (D) 24 C (E) 36 C

Questions 19-20 relate to the following circuit diagram which shows a battery with an internal

resistance of 2.0 ohms connected to a 8-ohm and a 10-ohm resistor in series. The current in the

10-ohm resistor is 0.2 amperes

(A) 2 V (B) 4 V (C) 3.6 V (D) 12 V (E) 18 V

20. What is the potential difference across the terminals A and B of the battery?

(A) 1.2 V (B) 2.4 V (C) 3.6 V (D) 12.2 V (E) 18.4 V

21. What power is dissipated by the 2-ohm internal resistance of the battery?

(A) 0.06 W (B) 1.2 W (C) 3.2 W (D) 0.08 W (E) 4.8 W

22. In the diagrams above, resistors R1 and R2 are shown in two different connections to the

same source of emf that has no internal resistance. How does the power dissipated by the

resistors in these two cases compare?

(A) It is greater for the series connection.

(B) It is greater for the parallel connection.

(C) It is the same for both connections.

(D) It is different for each connection, but one must know the values of R1 and R2 to know

which is greater.

(E) It is different for each connection, but one must know the value of to know which is

greater.

(A) 27 C (B) 27 N (C) 27 J (D) 27 W

(E) 27 NA

Questions 24-25 refer to the following diagram that shows part of a closed electrical circuit.

24. The electrical resistance of the part of the circuit shown between point X and point Y is

(A) 4/3 (B) 2.5 (C) 2.75 (D) 4.5 (E) 6/5

25. When there is a steady current in the circuit, the amount of charge passing a point per

unit of time is:

26. A certain coffeepot draws 2.0 A of current when it is operated on 110 V household lines.

If electrical energy costs 10 cents per kilowatt-hour, how much does it cost to operate the

coffeepot for 5 hours?

(A) 2.4 cents (B) 4.8 cents (C) 8.0 cents (D) 9.6 cents

(E) 11 cents

Questions 27-29

Questions 30-32

Five identical light bulbs are connected to a 120 V power supply. Each light bulb has a

resistance of 15 .

32. Which light bulb or bulbs could burn out without causing others to go out?

(A) Only L1 (B) Only L2 (C) Only L3 and L4 (D) Only L4 (E) Only L5

Free-Response Problems

1. A physics student has an assignment to make an electrical heating system with the set

of materials listed below:

a. In a space below draw a diagram showing all the elements connected in one

electrical circuit that can provide the maximum rate of heat produced. Use two

meters in your circuit, they will help to measure the heat rate.

The battery has an emf of 12 V and an internal resistance of 0.5 and each heating

coil has a resistance of 17.3 .

b. When the switch is closed, what is the current running through the battery?

c. What is the terminal voltage on the battery?

d. What is the rate of energy delivered by the heating system?

e. If the switch is closed for 5 min, what is the total energy dissipated in the coils?

2. An electric motor in a toy car can operate when connected to a 6 V battery and has a

current of 0.5 A. A physics student wants to run the toy car but unfortunately he could

find a 12 V battery in the physics lab. The student also found a box with a set of five 6-

resistors.

a. Use given materials design an electric circuit in which the electric motor will operate

properly.

i. Draw the circuit including all devices.

ii. Explain your reasoning in designing this particular circuit.

b. Calculate the net resistance of the circuit.

c. Calculate the power dissipated in the circuit.

3. Three light bulbs are connected in the circuit show on the diagram. Each light bulb can

develop a maximum power of 75 W when connected to a 120-V power supply. The

circuit of three light bulbs is connected to a 120 V power supply.

b. What is the power dissipated by the circuit?

c. How would you compare this power to the power when all bulbs are connected in

parallel?

d. What is the current in light bulb L1?

e. What is the voltage across light bulb L1?

f. What is the voltage across light bulb L2?

4. Four resistors are connected in a circuit. The circuit is connected to a battery with emf

and negligible internal resistance. The current through 9.6 resistor is 0.25 A.

b. What is the voltage drop across 6- resistor?

c. What is the current in 4- resistor?

d. What is the emf of the battery?

e. What is the net power dissipation?

5. Five resistors are connected to a battery with an emf of 12 V and an internal resistance

of 1 .

b. Calculate the current in the battery.

c. Calculate the terminal voltage of the battery.

d. Calculate the power dissipation in the 3- resistor.

e. Calculate the power dissipation in the internal resistance.

6. Four resistors and a capacitor are connected to an 18 V battery with negligible internal

resistance, as shown on the diagram. Initially the capacitor is disconnected from the

battery switch is open

b. Calculate the current in the 2- resistor.

c. Calculate the current in the 3- resistor.

e. Calculate the energy stored in the capacitor.

Multiple Choice Answers Free Response Answers

2. C voltmeter in parallel, ammeter in

3. B series.

4. D b) 1.3 A

5. E c) 11.35 V

6. B d) 14.9 W

7. C e) 4470 J

8. B

9. A 2. a) Two resistors in series with the

10. E

motor. This reduces the currents

11. E

12. C to the required 0.5 A.

13. B b) 24

14. E c) 6 W

15. E

16. B 3. a) 288

17. D b) 50 W

18. C c) The power is less.

19. B d) 0.42 A

20. C e) 80 V

21. D f) 40 V

22. B

23. C 4. a) 24

24. B b) 0.6 V

25. D c) 0.15 A

26. E d) 6 V

27. D e) 1.5 W

28. C

29. D 5. a) 8

30. B b) 1.3 A

31. C c) 10.7 V

32. E d) 2.25 W

e) 1.7 W

6. a) 6

b) 3 A

c) 1 A

d) 27 F

e) 122 J

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