Emf.
Terminal voltage.
Emf.
Terminal voltage.
The total voltage across the combination is the algebraic sum of the voltages across the individual resistors.
The same current flows through each resistor.
The equivalent resistance of the combination is equal to the sum of the resistances of each resistor.
All of the given answers
The same power is dissipated in each one.
The potential difference across each is the same.
The current flowing in each is the same.
More than one of the given answers is true.
12 A
4 A
36 A
Zero
36 V
12 V
4 V
Zero
Both bulbs glow at the same reduced brightness.
Both bulbs glow at the same increased brightness.
The 100-W bulb glows brighter than the 50-W bulb.
The 50-W bulb glows more brightly than the 100-W bulb.
Increases.
Decreases.
Does not change.
Increases for a time and then starts to decrease.
The voltage across each resistor is the same.
The total current flowing from the battery equals the sum of the currents flowing through each resistor.
The equivalent resistance of the combination is less than the resistance of any one of the resistors.
All of the given answers
The same current flows in each one.
The potential difference across each is the same.
The power dissipated in each is the same.
Their equivalent resistance is greater than the resistance of any one of the individual resistances.
36 V
12 V
4 V
Zero
12 A
4 A
36 A
Zero
The brightness of the lamps will not change appreciably.
The other lamps get brighter equally.
The other lamps get brighter, but some get brighter than others.
The other lamps get dimmer equally.
The other lamps get dimmer, but some get dimmer than others.
Increases.
Decreases.
Does not change.
Increases for a time and then starts to decrease.
2P/3
3P/2
2P
3P
Conservation of energy.
Conservation of charge.
Conservation of momentum.
None of the given answers
Conservation of energy.
Conservation of charge.
Conservation of momentum.
None of the given answers
Zero volts.
Twice the voltage, and different currents will flow through each.
Twice the voltage, and the same current will flow through each.
The same voltage, and different currents will flow through each.
Zero volts.
Twice the voltage, and different currents will flow through each.
Twice the voltage, and the same current will flow through each.
The same voltage, and different currents will flow through each.
Twice the voltage and twice the total charge that one battery would.
Twice the voltage and the same total charge that one battery would.
The same voltage and twice the total charge that one battery would.
D) half the voltage and half the total charge that one battery would.
The total voltage across the combination is the algebraic sum of the voltages across the individual capacitors.
Each capacitor carries the same amount of charge.
The equivalent capacitance of the combination is less than the capacitance of any of the capacitors.
All of the given answers
Always true
Sometimes true; it depends on the voltage of the battery to which the combination is connected.
Sometimes true; it goes up only if the next capacitor is larger than the average of the existing combination.
Never true
3Q
Q
Q/3
Q/9
The voltage across each capacitor is the same.
Each capacitor carries the same amount of charge.
The equivalent capacitance of the combination is less than the capacitance of any one of the capacitors.
All of the given answers
Always true
Sometimes true; it depends on the voltage of the battery to which the combination is connected.
Sometimes true; it goes up only if the next capacitor is larger than the average of the existing combination.
Never true