Subject: Physics, asked 1 week, 5 days ago

## Find time plz

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## work done in moving 5C charge across the ends of a conductor is 100 J if the potential at the one end of the conductor is 10V, find the potential at the other end of this conductor

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## Would you prefer a resistors in series circuit or resistors in parallel circuit in your homes / classrooms ? ( detailed answer please)Thank you !

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Subject: Physics, asked 2 weeks, 1 day ago

## With the help of a neat diagram, show how can you combine two resistors R1 and R2 to obtain maximum current flowing through the combination. Also derive an expression for the effective resistance of this combination. PLEASE ANSWER FAST!!!!!!!!!!!!11

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## A copper wire of resistivity 2.6 × 10-8Ω m, has a cross sectional area of 35 × 10-4 cm2. Calculate the length of this wire required to make a 10 Ω coil. PLEASE ANSWER FAST!!!!!!!!!!!11

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## If 2 mJ of work is done in carrying a charge of 16 x 10- 6 C from infinity to a point P. What will be the potential at the point P ? PLEASE ANSWER FAST!!!!!!!!11

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## A current of 0.5 A is flowing through a conductor. The number of free electrons passing through a given cross section of the conductor in 10 s will be: PLEASE ANSWER FAST!!!!!!!

Subject: Physics, asked 2 weeks, 3 days ago

## What is Electric potential?

Subject: Physics, asked 2 weeks, 4 days ago

## When electric current is passed electrons move from ____ to ____ potential.

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## Draw Circuit Diagrams for SERIES and PARALLEL consisting of 1 resistor, 3 cells, an Ammeter, a Voltmeter, a Key and Connecting wires

Subject: Physics, asked 2 weeks, 5 days ago

## Over here, I cannot understand the explanation of the answer given...I mean don't electrons flow from a region of lower potential to higher potential? so then how can Q be at lower potential? Please explain the explanation.

Subject: Physics, asked 2 weeks, 5 days ago

## Please briefly explain the difference between these terms: Electric current, Electric circuit, Electric charge, Electric conductor and The flow of Electrons.

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