Question

Three resistors (R_{1} = 36 Ω, R_{2} = 33 Ω,
R_{3} = 37 Ω) are connected in series to a 7 V battery as
shown. The internal resistance of the battery is negligible.

(a) What is the current flowing through R_{1}

(b) What is the current flowing through R_{2}

(c) What is the current flowing through R_{3}

(d) What is the voltage across R_{1}

(e) What is the voltage across R_{2}

(f) What is the voltage across R_{3}

Answer #1

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