Ohm's law - problems

Ohm's law states that the current through a conductor (or resistor) between two points is directly proportional to the voltage across the two points. Introducing the constant of proportionality, the resistance, it arrives at the usual mathematical equation I = U/R or I=V/R

  1. Transformer
    trafo Solve the textbook problems - transformer: a) N1 = 40, N2 = 80, U2 = 80 V, U1 =? b) N1 = 400, U1 = 200 V, U2 = 50 V, N2 =?
  2. Electric input power
    resistor_7 Solve problems related to electric power: a) U = 120 V, I = 0.5 A, P =? b) P = 200 W, U = 230 V, I =? c) I = 5 A, P = 2200W, U =?
  3. Resistors
    resistors Two resistors connected in series give the resulting resistance 100Ω and 24Ω in parallel. Determine the resistance of this resistors.
  4. Resistance
    bulb_1 Determine the resistance of the bulb with current 200 mA and is in regular lamp (230V).
  5. The bulbs
    resistor_6 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?
  6. Coil as a girl
    tlmivka_TL1.JPG 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?
  7. Resistance of the resistor
    Elektrárna_1 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?
  8. Filament of bulb
    bulb _1 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?

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