The voltage across each branch in a parallel circuit is equal to the source voltage. If the source voltage is 9V, what is the voltage drop across the first load?
Three branch circuits each have 12V dropped across them. What is the source voltage?
Which is the correct formula for finding total voltage in a parallel circuit?
Which is the formula for finding total current in a parallel circuit?
Given that current drawn by loads in 3 branches of a parallel circuit are 2A, 6A and 5A. What is the total current in this circuit?
A parallel circuit has 2 branches. The source supplies 15A of current. If one branch draws 9A, how much will the next branch draw?
A parallel circuit has 3 branches. The current flowing through one branch is found from the equation I1 = IT - I2 - I3. If the total current is 12A, one branch draws 3A and the next branch draws 5A, how much current is drawn by the 3rd branch?
What is wrong with the following calculation of currents flowing through 3 branches of parallel circuits? IT = I1 + I2 + I3, IT = 5A + 4A + 10A, IT = 20A
What is wrong with the following calculation of currents flowing through 3 branches of parallel circuits? I1 = IT + I2 + I3, IT = 7A + 9A + 3A, IT = 19A
What is wrong with the following calculation of currents flowing through 3 branches of parallel circuits? I1 = IT - I2 + I3, I1 = 25A - 10A - 3A, I1 = 12A
Which is the correct formula for finding total power in a parallel circuit?
A parallel circuit has 2 branches. The source supplies 40W of power. If load in one branch consumes 28W, how much power will the 2nd branch consume?
A parallel circuit has 3 branches. The power consumed by loads in these branches are 12W, 16W and 20W. What is the total power supplied by the source? (assuming no power lost)
What is wrong with the following calculation of power used by 3 branches of a parallel circuit? PT = P1 + P2, PT = 30W +12W + 20W, PT = 62W
What is wrong with the following calculation of power consumption of 3 branches in a parallel circuit? P2 = PT - P1 - P3, P1 = 30W - 16W - 8W, P2 = 6W