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CURRENT ELECTRICITY

HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS

1. Given : d2

& A =

l = 25m 4

= 3.142 x 10-7 m Solution :

R = 25 The resistance of a wire R is given by

l

To Find : RP = P . P

AP

r = ?

lP

Solution : RP = P .

d

P2

l

R = 4

A PlP

4

RP = .... (i)

l dP2

A =

R Similarly resistance of wire Q is,

4QlQ

3.142 10 7 25 RQ = ... (ii)

A = dQ2

25

Dividing (i) by (ii)

A = r2 RP 4PlP d

Q2

= x

3.142 10 7 25 RQ dP2 QdQ

4

r2 =

25 RP P d

lP 2

r 2

= 10 10 8

RQ

=

Q

l

x ( dQ

)x Q

10 10 8 RP 2 5 2

r =

= 3.162 104 m

RQ

=

1

x

1

x

( 21 )

RP 5

r = 0.3162 mm =

RQ 2

2. Given :

P 2 3. Very similar to classwork problems

= A - (2)

Q 1

dP 2 R2 = n2 R1

=

dQ 1 R2 = 22 x 20

lP 5 R2 = 80

=

lQ 1

4. Given :

To Find :

E1 = 2 V and r1 = 1

RP

= ?

E2 = 1.5 V and r 2 = 1

RQ

R = 10

Formula :

To Find :

l

R = Current through external resistance (i1+i2)

A

and voltage drop = ?

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i = 0 & iR

= E -100 (i1 + i2) - i1(100) + 10 - i1(100) = 0

Solution :

- 300i1 - 100i2 = -10

E1 1

3i1 + i2 = 0.10 ... (i)

A 2V i1 + i2

i1

B Applying loop theorem to ABFEA,

1V 1

i2

- R5 (i1 + i2) - i2R4 + E2 - i2R2 = 0

E2

-100 (i1 + i2) - i2(100) + 5 - i2(100) = 0

R = 10

- 100i1 - 300i2 = -5

E1 + i1r1 + (i1+i2) R = 0 Adding (i) and (ii)

2 + i1(1) + (i1+i2) 10 = 0 4i1 + 4i2 = 0.15

i1 + 10i1 + 10i2 = 2 0.15

i1 + i2 = A

4

11i1 + 10 i2 = 2 (i)

150

Applying KVL to closed loop AE2BRA, i1 + i2 = x 10-3 A = 0.0375 A

4

E2 + i2 r2 + (i1 + i2) R = 0

i1 + i2 = 37.5 mA

1.5 + i2 (1) + (i1+i2) 10 = 0

10i1 + 11 i2 = 1.5 (ii) 6. Given :

Adding (i) and (ii), we get, E = 3V

21 i1 + 21 i2 = 3.5 r = 4

3.5 R1 =

10

i1 + i2 =

21 R2 =

24

35 1

i1 + i2 = = Amp To Find :

210 6

I, I10, I24 = ?

1

= x 1000 = 166.67 mA Solution :

6

Voltage drop across each resistance E r

= (i1 + i2) R A F

R1 C

1 I I

= x 10 I1

6

B E

= 1.667 volt I2

R2 D

5. Given :

Let I1 and I2 be the currents through

R1 A R2

D E resistors R1 and R2 I be the currrent

i1 i2 drawn from cell.

10 V (i1 + i2) R5 5V At node B, using Kirchoffs current law,

I I1 I2 = 0

C B F

i1 R3 R4 i2 I = I1 + I2 ... (i)

Applying loop theorem to ABCDA

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ABCEFA, Substituting r in (i)

I1R1 Ir + E = 0 E = 0.5 (1 + 2)

10 I1 4(I1 + I2) + 3 = 0 (using (i)) = 1.5 V

14I1 + 4I2 = 3 ... (ii)

E = 1.5 V

Applying Kirchoffs voltage law to

BDECB, 8.

I2R2 + I1R1 = 0 To Find :

24I2 + 10I1 = 0 Ig = ?

I1 = 24I2 ... (iii) Solution :

B

I1 I g

Using (iii) in (ii), 10

5 Ig

(14 2.4)I2 + 4I2 = 3 I1

2A A 2A

37.6 I2 = 3 G

I2 G=1 0 C

3

I2 = = 0.0798 A ... (iv) 15 20

37.6

I2 +I g

D

Using (iv) in (iii)

I1 = 2.4 0.0798 Using Kirchoffs Voltage law,

I1 = 0.1915 A In Loop ABDA :

I = I1 + I2 5I1 10Ig + 15I2 = 0

5I1 + 15I2 = 10Ig

= 0.1915 + 0.0798

I1 + 3I2 = 2Ig ... (i)

I = 0.2713 A

In Loop BCDB :

10(I1 Ig) + 20 (I2 + Ig) + 10Ig = 0

7. I be the current

10I1 + 10Ig + 20I2 + 20Ig + 10Ig = 0

r be the internal resistance

I1 2I2 = 4Ig ... (ii)

E be the EMF of the cell Adding (i) and (ii), we get,

R be external resistance I2 = 6Ig ...(iii)

According to kirchoffs voltage law, From (ii),

I1 = 2I2 + 4Ig

E I (r + R) = 0

Using (iii),

In case (i), I = 0.5 A, R = 2

I1 = 2(6Ig) + (4Ig)

E = I (r + R) = 16Ig ...(iv)

E = 0.5(r + 2) ...(i) I1 + I2 = 2A ....(given)

In case (ii) I = 0.25 A, R = 5 16Ig + 6Ig = 2A

...using (iii) and (iv)

E = I (r + R)

22Ig = 2

E = 0.25(r + 5) ...(ii)

2

from (i) and (ii) Ig =

22

0.5 (r + 2) = 0.25(r + 5)

1

2r + 4 = r+5 Ig = A

11

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I1 cube.

2 4

Ig

I1 I g

Let I be current supplied by the cell

A II 1 G C which gets divided in three equal parts I each

1

along AB, AD and AF as shown in Fig.

Applying Kirchhoffs second law to the mesh

I 3 I

II 1+I g ADCHEA

E = IR

D

I I I

E R R R=0

3 6 3

2V

1 1 1

IR = IR + +

3 3 6( )

5 5

2 2I1 4 (I1 Ig) = 0 R = R = 6

6I1 4Ig = 2 ... (i) 6 6

Applying KVL in loop ADCA ; RAH = R = 5

2 1(I I1) 3 (I I1 + Ig) = 0

11. Given :

4I1 + 4I + 3Ig = 2 ... (ii)

Let S be shunt across DC to balance

Applying KVL in loop ABDA ;

bridge B

2I1 10Ig + 1 (I I1) = 0

3I1 I + 10Ig = 0 ...(iii) 4 4

Solving equations (i), (ii) and (iii)

simultaneously, we get ; A C

S

69

I1 = A 4

12

200

429 D

I = A When bridge is balanced,

500

2 RAB RAD

=

Ig = A RBC RDC

145

4 4

=

10. Solution : 4 12||S

F I/6 R

G 12 x S

A

R

I/3 I/6

I/6 = 4

R I/3 12 + S

I/3 B

I/3 I/6 4(12 + S) = 12 x S

R

R

R 12S = 48 + 4S

I R E R H

I/6 I/3

8S = 48

R

D I/6 R C I/3 I S = 6

E 12. Given :

Let R be the resistance of each conductor =

10

and R be the resistance across AH i.e.

= 6 Q =

15

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S =

50 RAB RAD

R =

25 =

RBC RDC

To Find : 10 10

x = ? =

10 15|| S

Solution : 15|| S = 10

Let 15S

x = resistance connected in = 10

15 + S

parallel with S to balance 15 S = 150 + 10 S

the network 5S = 150

Sx S = 30

Resistance of parallel S and x =

S+x

14. Given :

for wheatstones Balanced n/w

Let X be unknown resistance in right

P R gap of metre bridge. When bridge is

= Sx

Q balanced then,

S+x 30 l1

=

10 25 X 100-l1

=

15 Sx 30 30

=

S+x X 100 - 30

Sx 25 15 75

30

=

3

= = X 7

S+x 10 2

30 7

50x 75 X =

= 3

50 + x 2

100 x = 75 50 + 75x X = 70

100 x 75 x = 75 50

15. Let G be unknown resistance in left gap

25 x = 75 50

and 18 in right gap of metre bridge.

75 50

x = Null point is obtained 55cm, from left

25

end of wire.

x = 150

lG = 55cm ;

13. Given : lR = 100 lG = 45

10 , 10 , 10 and 15 form

R = 18

Wheatstones newtork.

To Find : In Kelvins method when bridge is balanced,

Resistance to be connected in branch G lG

=

DC to balance network = ? R lR

Formula : RlG

Balancing condition for Wheatstones G =

100 - lG

bridge

18 x 55

Solution : G =

100 - 55

Let S be shunt connected across 15

to balance bridge

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990 n = 10-6 m

G =

45

44 x 10-8 lm 2

G = 22

10-6

x

lm

x ( dd )

n

m

=

2

3

16. Given : 2

dn 2 1 10-6

i) Equal lengths of manganin & nichrome

are connected in left and right gaps of

( ) dm

=

3

x

44

x

10-8

2

10-8

ii)

metre bridge.

Null point is obtained 40cm from left end

( dd )

m

n

=

3 x 44

2

x

10-6

of bridge wire. 2

3 11 4

l1 = 40 cm

( dd )

m

n

=

2

102

iii) m = 44 x 10-8 m 33 4 33

= =

n = 10-6 m 2 100 50

To Find : dm 33

=

dm dn 50

= ?

dn

17. Given :

Formula :

Let R be resistance of given wire, R = 16.

l

i) R = If the wire is bent into circle, resistance

A &

2

between diametrically opposite points would

d

A = be.

4

R

ii) Balancing condition for metre bridge. =

2

|| R2

Solution :

Let Rm and Rn be resistances of manganin = 8 || 8

& nichrome wires connected in two gaps = 4

of metre bridge If the circular loop with diametrically opposite

Rm l1 points is connected in left gap and unknown

=

Rn 100-l1 resistance X in right gap to obtain null point at

middle of wire.

l

m . m

Am

l

=

40

100 40

R

2

( ) ( )

||

R

2 l1

n . n =

An X 100 - l1

4 50

m lm d2n/4 2 = (... d1 = 50cm)

. . = X 50

n ln d2m/4 3

X = 4

m lm 2

dn 2

.

n ln

.

( )

d 2m

=

3

18. Given :

R = 15

..

. lm = ln ,

lx = 40cm

Also m = 44 x 10-8 m

lr = 100 lx = 60cm

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Solution : 19.

Let x be the resistance of wire. When Solution :

the wire is bent in the form of ring and Let R1 and R2 be the resistance of two

connected in left gap with diametrically coil when they are in series in one gap,

opposite points between A and B the resistance becomes Rs = R1 + R2

The resistance is equivalent to two The null point is at the centre i.e. 50cm

x from either end

resistances each of half the resistance

2 R = 100

in parallel so the resistane in left gap is

X lx

given by, =

R 100 lx

1 1 1

= + Rs 50

Rp x x

= = 1

2 2 100 50

Rs = R1 + R2 = 100 ...(i)

1 2 2 4

= + = R2 = 100 R1

Rp x x x

x When two coils are connected in parallel

x 2 in one gap, the resistance beocmes,

Rp = A

4 B

R 1 .R 2 R 1 .R 2

x

Rp = R1 + R2 = Rs

2

The resistance in other gap is changed

Now from balancing condition of meter by 84 i.e R = 100 84

bridge But Rp is always less than Rs

Rp lx R < R

= 100 lx R = 100 84 = 16

R

RP 50

40 = = 1

= R 50

100 40

40 R 1 .R 2

= R1 + R2 = 16

60

2 R1 . R2 = 16 Rs ...from (i)

=

3 R1 (100 R1)= 16 100

2

2 100R1 R1 = 1600

Rp = R R12 100R1 + 1600 = 0

3

(R1 80) (R1 20) = 0

X 2

= 15 R1 = 80 or R1 = 20

4 3

X = 4 10 R2 = 20 or R2 = 80

X = 40 Thus resistance are 80 and 20

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Solution : lx 2

Case (1) : =

ly 3

R1 is connected in left gap

R2 in Right gap X + 30 5

=

lR = 70cm Y + 30 6

1

lx = 100 lR To Find :

1

= 100 70 = 30cm X = ?

Y = ?

R1 lR 1 70 Formula :

= =

R2 lx 30 lX

X

=

7 Y lY

= ...(i) Solution :

3

From 1st condition

7

R1 = R X 2

3 2 =

Case (2) : Y 3

3X = 2Y ... (i)

R1 = R1 2

R2 = R2 + 2 From 2nd condition

lR = 30cm X + 30 5

1

lx = 100 30 = 70 =

Y + 30 6

R 1 30 3 6 (X + 30) = 5 (Y + 30)

= =

R2 70 7 6X + 180 = 5 Y + 150

R1 2 3 2(3X) + 180 = 5 Y + 150

= ...(ii) 2 (2Y) + 180 = 5Y + 150

R2 + 2 7

7(R1 2) = 3(R2 + 2) 4Y + 180 = 5Y + 150

7R1 14 = 3R2 + 6 Y = 30 ... (ii)

7R1 3R2 = 20 From equation (i) and (ii)

7 3X = 2(30)

7 R 3R2 = 20 3X = 60

3 2

X = 20

49

3 3 R2 = 20 22. Given :

R = 20

49 9

R2 = 20 lX = 40 cm

3

lR = 60 cm

20 3 To Find :

R2 = = 1.5

40 Resistance of entire wire = ?

7 3 7 Formula :

R1 = = = 3.5

3 2 2

lX

R1 = 3.5 , R2 = 1.5 X = R.

lR

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Solution : Formula :

Let, length of smaller piece of wire = l lX

Length of larger piece of wire = 2 l X = R.

lR

Correspondingly resistance of the pieces Solution :

is R and 2R.

The wires are connected parallely in the lX

i) X = R.

left gap of meter bridge lR

lX

X = R 40

lR X = 30

60

40 40 X = 20

= 20 =

60 3

ii) a) When the resistance in both the

X = 13.3

gaps are increased by 15

In the left gap, equivalent resistance is

given by X1 = X + 15

1 1 1 = 20 +15 = 35

= + R1 = R + 15

X R 2R

= 30 + 15 = 45

1 3R

= Since lX + lR = 100

40 2R 2

lX = 100 lR

3

lX

3 3 X = R.

= lR

40 2R

2R = 40

100 lR

R = 20 35 = 45

lR

Now entire resistance of wire

= R + 2R = 3R 35 lR = 4500 45 lR

= 3 20 = 60 80 lR = 4500

lR = 56.25 cm

23. Given : lX = 100 56.25

R = 30 lX = 43.75 cm

lX = 40 cm Shift in null point = 43.75 40

lR = 60 cm Shift in null point = 3.75 cm towards

To Find : right

i) Unknown resistance (X) = ? b) When the resistance in each gap is

ii) Shift in the position of the null point shunted by a resistance of 8

a) when the resistances in both the new resistance in left gap

gaps are increased by 15 and 1 1 1

b) when the resistance in each gap = +

X2 20 8

is shunted by a resistance of 8

.

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X2 = = in left gap becomes 10

8 + 20 28

X2 = 5.71 1 1 1 2 1

+ = = =

20 20 XP 20 10

New resistance in right gap

Xp = 10

1 1 1

= + Let l be the balancing length from left

R2 30 8 end.

30 8 240 XP l

=

R2 =

30 + 8

=

38 R 100 l

R2 = 6.31 10 l

=

30 100 l

lX

X2 = R2. l 1

lR =

100 l 3

100 lR 3l = 100 l

5.71 = 6.31 4l = 100

lR

l =25 cm from left end.

0.905 =

100 lR Shift null point is l l = 40 25 = 15 cm

lR towards left.

0.905 lR = 100 lR

25. Given :

1.905 lR = 100

lR = 52.5 l1 3

=

lX = 100 52.5 = 47.5 cm l2 1

lX = 47.5 cm d1 3

shift in null point = 47.5 40 =

d2 1

shift in null point = 7.5 cm towards right To Find :

lx = ?

24. Solution : Formula :

X = 20 , R = 30 l

R =

Let l be balancing length from left end A

of wire. lx

R1

X lx l =

= = R2 ly

R 100 lx 100 l

Solution :

20 l

= l

30 100 l

R =

l 2 A

=

100 l 3 .l l

3l = 200 2l R = =

r 2 d

2

l = 40 cm. from left end. 4

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4 l To Find :

R = 2

d i) K =

VAB

l L

R ii) E1 = Kl 1

d2

...(Since resistance wire of same material, Solution :

is same) VAB

i) K =

R1 l1 d 22 L

=

R2 d 21 l2 6V

K =

...(Where R1 and R2 are the resistances 10m

connected in left and right gap) K = 0.6 V/m

l1 d1

2

6 101

K = V/cm

= 102

l2 d2

K = 6 x 10-3 V/cm

2

1

= 3 ii) E1 = Kl 1

3

E1 = 0.6 x 1.8

R1 1 E1 = 1.08 V

=

R2 3

Now, By the balanced condition od 27. Given :

Wheatstone bridge, R = 10

R1 lx L = 10m

= ly

R2 E = 2V

K = 1V/mm

lx 1

= 10-6 V

ly 3 K =

10-3 m

ly = 3 lx ...(i)

Now, K = 10-3 V/m

lx + ly = 1 To Find :

...(Since its meter bridge)

Rh = ?

lx + 3lx = 1 ...From (i)

4lx = 1 Formula :

1 R

lx = i) =

4 L

lx = 0.25 m E

ii) i =

R + Rh

26. Given : iii) K = i.

L = 10m Solution :

VAB = 6V R

=

l1 = 180 cm = 1.8 m L

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=

10m VAB

K =

= 1 /m L

i.R

ii) K = i. K = =i.

L

10-3 = i . (1) 2

= x 7

i = 10-3 A 15

14

E = V/m

Also, i = 15

R + Rh

K = 0.933 V/m

2 0.933 V

0.001 = K =

10 + Rh 100 cm

2 = 9.33 x 10-3 V /cm

10 + Rh =

0.001

29. Given :

Rh = 1990

R = 20

28. Given : L = 10 m

E = 2V E = 5V

r = 1 r = 5

L = 2m E1 = 1.5 V

R = 14

E2 = 1.3 V

To Find :

(i) Potential gradient (K) = ? To Find :

Formulae : Balancing length (l1) for sum of E1 & E2

E R Balancing length (l2) for difference of E1

(i) i = (ii) = (iii) K = i .

R+r L & E2

Solution : Formula :

(i) Current flowing through potentiometer

R

wire, i) =

L

E

i = E

R+r ii) i =

2 2 R+r

i = = A

14 + 1 15 iii) K = i

ii) Also, resistance per unit length of iv) E1 + E2 = Kl1

potentiometer wire is v) E1 - E2 = Kl2

R

= Solution :

L

R

14 i) =

= L

2

= 7 / m 20

=

10 m

= 2/m

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ii) i =

E

R+r

r = 10 ( 150

90

-1)

10 ( - 1 )

5 5

i = r =

20 + 5 3

1 2

i = A = 0.2 A r = 10 x

5 3

iii) K = i. r = 6.67

1

K = x2 31. Given :

5

l2 = l1 - 25 % of l1

2

K = V/m l2 = 0.75 l1

5

3

K = 0.4 V/m l2 = l

4 1

iv) E1 + E2 = K l1

l1 4

2 =

1.5 + 3 = x l1 l2 3

5

R = 15

4.5 x 5

l1 = To Find :

2

r = ?

l = 11.25 m

Formula :

v) E1 - E2 = K l2

1.5 -1.3

0.2

=

=

0.4 x l2

0.4 l2

r = R ( ll - 1)

1

2

Solution :

1.5

l2 = The internal resistance of a cell is given by ,

0.4

l2 =

0.2

0.4

= 0.5 m

r = R

( ll - 1 )

1

30. Given :

r = 15

( 34 - 1 )

l1 = 150 cm 1

R = 10 r = 15 x

3

l2 = 90 cm

r = 5

To Find :

Internal resistance of cell (r) = ? 32. Given :

Formula : The individual cell method ,

l1 E1 = 1.8 V

r = R

(l2

-1

) l1 = 200 cm = 2m

Solution : E2 = 9V

l2 = ?

The internal resistance of cell is given by,

To Find :

l

r = R 1 -1

(

l2 ) l2 = ?

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Formula : l = 3.333 m

E1 l1

= l l1 333.33 250

E2 l2 r = R1 = 10

l1 250

Solution :

In individual cell method , 83.33

=

E1 l1 25

=

E2 l2 r = 3.333

1.8 2

=

9 l2 34. Given :

2x9 E = 2V

l2 = r = 1

1.8

L = 2m

2

l2 = R = 14

0.2

To Find :

l2 = 10 m (i) Potential gradient (K) = ?

Formulae :

33. Given :

E R

l1 = 250cm (i) i = (ii) = (iii) K = i .

R+r L

R1 = 10 Solution :

R2 = 5 (i) current flowing through potentiometer

wire,

l2 = l1 50 = 250 50 = 200 cm

E

Solution : i =

R+r

Let l be the balancing length, when the 2 2

i = = A

cell is in open circuit r be the internal resistance 14 + 1 15

of cell ii) Also, resistance per unit length of

potentiometer wire is

l l1 l l2

r = R1 = R2 =

R

l1 l2 L

14

l 250 l 200 =

10 = 5 200 2

250

= 7 / m

2 ( l 250 ) l 200 iii) Potential gradient along the wire,

= VAB

5 4 K =

L

8 (l 250) = 5 (l 200) i.R

K = =i.

8l 2000 = 5l 1000 L

3l = 1000 =

2

x 7

15

1000

l= = 333.33 cm =

14

V/m

3 15

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0.933 V E1 = K l1

K =

100 cm VAB

K =

= 9.33 x 10-3 V /cm L

Solution :

35. Given : i) Potential gradient along the wire ,

= 1 /m VAB

E1 = 1.4 V K =

L

l1 = 280 m = 2.8 m 6V

E2 = 1.08 V K =

10 m

To Find : = 0.6 V / m

Current through the wire (i) = ? ii) E.M.F. of a cell,

Balancing length for cell of e.m.f. E1 = K l1

(E 2 = 1.08 V) = ? E1 = 0.6 x 1.8

Formulae : E1 = 1.08 V

i) E1 = Kl1

ii) K = i.

iii) E2 = Kl2

Solution :

E1 = Kl1

1.4 = K (2.8)

1.4

K =

2.8

1

= V/m ... (i)

2

Also , K = i.

1

= i . ... from (i)

2

1

i = A ... (... = 1)

2

= 0.5 A

Also , E2 = Kl2

1

1.08 = x l2

2

l2 = 2.16 m

l2 = 216 cm

36. Given :

L = 10 m

VAB = 6V

l1 = 180 cm = 1.8 m

To Find :

E.M.F. of a cell (E1) = ?

Current Electricity

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