Ohm's Law

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You'll demonstrate the use of Ohm's Law to solve series DC circuit values.

Created Date 06.02.15
Last Updated 06.02.15
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Topics of this game:
• What is the current in a series circuit if the circuit's total resistance is 10K ohms and the applied voltage is 10 volts?
• What is the current in a series circuit if the circuit's total resistance is 5K ohms and the applied voltage is 20 volts?
• What is the current in a series circuit if the circuit's total resistance is 4K ohms and the applied voltage is 12 volts?
• What is the current in a series circuit if the circuit's total resistance is 6K ohms and the applied voltage is 18 volts?
• What is the total resistance of a series circuit if the circuit's total current is 2mA and the applied voltage is 18 volts?
• What is the total resistance of a series circuit if the circuit's total current is 4mA and the applied voltage is 10 volts?
• What is the total resistance of a series circuit if the circuit's total current is 5mA and the applied voltage is 20 volts?
• What is the total resistance of a series circuit if the circuit's total current is 10mA and the applied voltage is 50 volts?
• What is the total applied voltage to a series circuit if the circuit's total current is 10mA and the total resistance is 10K Ohms?
• What is the total applied voltage to a series circuit if the circuit's total current is 1mA and the total resistance is 20K ohms?
• What is the total applied voltage to a series circuit if the circuit's total current is 2mA and the total resistance is 5K ohms?
• What is the total applied voltage to a series circuit if the circuit's total current is 0.5mA and the total resistance is 10K ohms?
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