Calculate what voltage is at the terminals of the bulb, if the work is done 18 J to transfer particles with an electric charge of 6 C.
Did you find an error or inaccuracy? Feel free to write us. Thank you!
Thank you for submitting an example text correction or rephasing. We will review the example in a short time and work on the publish it.
You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:
Related math problems and questions:
- Electric work
Calculate the work done by the electric forces passing the current of 0.2 A through the bulb in 10 minutes if the bulb is connected to a 230 V power supply.
- Filament of bulb
The filament of bulb has a 1 ohm resistivity and is connected to a voltage 220 V. How much electric charge will pass through the fiber when the electric current passes for 10 seconds?
- The bulb
The bulb has a reading of 6V-0.05 A, what current flows through the bulb if we connect it to a cell with a voltage of 12V?
A current of 2A passes through the immersion cooker at a voltage of 230V. What work do the electric field forces in 2 minutes?
A resistor having an electrical resistance of 1.5 k ohms passes an electrical current of 0.1 A. Calculate what voltage is between the terminals of the resistor.
- Coil as a girl
The electrical resistance of the copper wire coil is 2.0 ohms. What current runs through the coil when the voltage between the terminals is 3.0 V?
- Lowest voltage
Three resistors with resistors R1 = 10 kΩ, R2 = 20 kΩ, R3 = 30 kΩ are connected in series and an external voltage U = 30 V is connected to them. On which resistor is the lowest voltage?
- Voltmeter range
We have a voltmeter which in the original set measures voltage to 10V. Calculate the size of the ballast resistor for this voltmeter, if we want to measure the voltage up to 50V. Voltmeter's internal resistance is 2 kiloohm/Volt.
- Serial connection
If the voltage on the first resistor is 6 V and the resistance ratio of the first and second resistors is 1: 3, what will be the voltage across the second resistor if they are connected in series?
- Mains voltage
How much electric current flows through the appliance with a resistance of 40kΩ, which is connected to the mains voltage (230 V)?
Determine the resistance of the bulb with the current 200 mA and is in a regular lamp (230V).
- The bulbs
The bulbs are connected serially two bulbs and one resistor. Each bulb has a resistivity of 100 ohms and resistor of 60 ohms The voltage source in the circuit is 24 volts. Do you know what voltage to measure on individual appliances?
- Closed circuit
In a closed circuit, there is a voltage source with U1 = 12 V and with an internal resistance R1 = 0.2 Ω. The external resistance is R2 = 19.8 Ω. Determine the electric current and terminal voltage.
- Current in the conductor
Calculate the current in the conductor (in mA) if it is connected to a 4.5 V voltage source and its resistance is 20 (ohm).
- Resistance of the resistor
The resistor terminals have a voltage of 20 V and a current of 5 mA is passed through. What is the resistance of the resistor?
- Circuit voltage
Calculate the closed circuit voltage. Calculate the power on the resistors. R1 = 30 ohms, R2 = 10 ohms. I = 0.1A. U =?. The resistors are connected in series, one after the other.
- Two resistors
Two resistors 20 Ω and 60 Ω are connected in series and an external voltage of 400 V is connected to them. What are the electrical voltages on the respective resistors? Please comment!