A 10 Ohm And A 20 Ohm Resistor Are Connected In Parallel To A Current Source. What Fraction Of The Current Flows Through The 20 Ohm Resistor? W) 1/2 X) 1/3 Y) 2/3 Z) 3/4 - Discuss

A 10 ohm and a 20 ohm resistor are connected in parallel to a current source. What fraction of the current flows through the 20 ohm resistor? w) 1/2 x) 1/3 y) 2/3 z) 3/4

Description : A 20 ohm resistor and a 60 ohm resistor are connected in parallel to a voltage source. If the current in the 60 ohm resistor is one ampere, the current in the 20 ohm resistor will be: w) 1/3 ampere x) 2/3 ampere y) 1 ampere z) 3 amperes

Description : A resistor of value R/2 is connected in parallel with a resistor of value R/3. The voltage drop across the parallel combination is V. The total current supplied by the voltage source is: w) 2 V/R (read: 2 V over R) x) 3 V/R (read: 3 V over R) y) 4 V/R (read: 4 V over R) z) 5 V/R (read: 5 V over R)

Description : A circuit has a resistance of 200 ohms. The resistance of the circuit can be reduced to 120 ohms by adding which of the following to the circuit. w) 80 ohm resistor in series x) 150 ohm resistor in parallel y) 240 ohm resistor in series z) 300 ohm resistor in parallel

Answer : ANSWER: Z -- 300 OHM RESISTOR IN PARALLEL

Description : A transformer has a turns ratio of two to one. If a 100 ohm resistor is connected on the high side, its resistance as measured on the low side would be: w) 25 ohms x) 50 ohms y) 100 ohms z) 400 ohms