# Combination Circuits

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 365  Settings  There are 10 questions in this part.

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The electric potential difference (voltage drop) between points B and K is _____ (greater than, equal to, less than) the electric potential difference (voltage drop) between points D and I.
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The electric potential difference (voltage drop) between points E and F is _____ (greater than, equal to, less than) the electric potential difference (voltage drop) between points G and H.
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The electric potential difference (voltage drop) between points E and F is _____ (greater than, equal to, less than) the electric potential difference (voltage drop) between points D and I.
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The electric potential difference (voltage drop) between points J and K is _____ (greater than, equal to, less than) the electric potential difference (voltage drop) between points D and I.
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The electric potential difference between points L and A is _____ (greater than, equal to, less than) the electric potential difference (voltage drop) between points B and K.
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Use the concept of equivalent resistance to determine the unknown resistance (in ohms) of the identified resistor that would make the circuits equivalent. Leave your answer in 2 sf.
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Use the concept of equivalent resistance to determine the unknown resistance (in ohms) of the identified resistor that would make the circuits equivalent. Leave your answer in 2 sf.
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Use the concept of equivalent resistance to determine the unknown resistance (in ohms) of the identified resistor that would make the circuits equivalent. Leave your answer in 2 sf.
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Analyze the following circuit. The total current in the circuit is ____ A. Leave your answer i s 2sf.