Circuit with Multiple Voltage Sources#

Consider the circuit shown below.

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The battery voltages are \(V_1 = {{ params.V1 }}\rm\ V\) and \(V_2 = {{ params.V2 }}\rm\ V\). The resistances are \(R_1 = {{ params.R1 }}\rm\ k \Omega\), \(R_2 = {{ params.R2 }}\rm\ k \Omega\), \(R_3 = {{ params.R3 }}\rm\ k \Omega\), \(R_4 = {{ params.R4 }}\rm\ k \Omega\), and \(R_5 = {{ params.R5 }}\rm\ k \Omega\).

Part 1#

What is the voltage across \(R_1\)?

Answer Section#

Please enter in a numeric value in \(\rm\ V\).

Part 2#

What is the voltage across \(R_2\)?

Answer Section#

Please enter in a numeric value in \(\rm\ V\).

Part 3#

What is the voltage across \(R_3\)?

Answer Section#

Please enter in a numeric value in \(\rm\ V\).

Part 4#

What is the voltage across \(R_4\)?

Answer Section#

Please enter in a numeric value in \(\rm\ V\).

Part 5#

What is the voltage across \(R_5\)?

Answer Section#

Please enter in a numeric value in \(\rm\ V\).

Part 6#

What is the power supplied to the circuit?

Answer Section#

Please enter in a numeric value in \(\rm\ W\).

Part 7#

What is the power dissipated by the circuit?

Answer Section#

Please enter in a numeric value in \(\rm\ W\).

pl-submission-panel#







pl-answer-panel#

\(V\_{R_1} =\) \(\rm\ V\)
\(V\_{R_2} =\) \(\rm\ V\)
\(V\_{R_3} =\) \(\rm\ V\)
\(V\_{R_4} =\) \(\rm\ V\)
\(V\_{R_5} =\) \(\rm\ V\)
\(P\_{\rm in} =\) \(\rm\ W\)
\(P\_{\rm out} =\) \(\rm\ W\)

Attribution#

Problem is from the OpenStax University Physics Volume 2 textbook, licensed under the CC-BY 4.0 license.
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