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Welcome to Physics Jeopardy Chapter 18

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Final Jeopardy Question Equivalent Resistance 100 Complex circuits Misc 500 400 300 200 100 200 300 400 500 Parallel Circuits Series Circuits

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Back Equivalent Resistance 100 pts What happens to the total resistance when A resistor is added in parallel?

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Decreases Back Equivalent 100 pts Answer

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Back Equivalent Resistance 200 pts What happens to the total resistance when a resistor is added in series?

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Increases Back Equivalent Resistance 200 pts

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What is the equivalent resistance when two 3 ohm resistors in series are added to a 6 ohm resistor? Back Equivalent Resistance 300 pts

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Six Ohms Back Equivalent Resistance 300 pts

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Back Equivalent Resistance 400pts What is the equivalent resistance for the following circuit? 6ohm 4 ohm 2ohm 5 ohm

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8 ohms Back Equivalent Resistance 400 pts Answer

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Back Equivalent Resistance 500 pts What is the equivalent resistance of four five ohm resistors in parallel?

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Back Equivalent 500pts Answer Five ohm

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Back Series Circuits 100pts What happens to the flow of current as it goes through a resistor in a series circuit?

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Stays Constant Back Series Circuits 100 pts

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Back Series Circuits 200 pts What is the instrument used to measure current And how is it hooked up in the circuit?

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Back Series Circuits 200pts Answer Ammeter and it is hooked in series

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A four ohm resistor is connected in series with a five ohm resistor and a 9 V battery. What is the voltage and current through each resistor? Back Series Circuits 300 pts

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Back Series Circuits 300 pts Resistance Voltage Current 4 ohm 4 V 1 Amp 5 ohm 5 V 1 Amp

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Back If a light goes out in a string of Christmas lights and the whole strand goes out. Those lights must be connected in _________. Series circuits 400

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Series Back Electric current 400 pts Answer

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Four equal bulbs in series are connected to a 12 V battery. If the current flowing in the circuit is 3 Amps what is the voltage drop across each of the resistors? What is the resistance of each bulb? Back Series Circuits 500 pts

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3 V, 1 ohm Back Series Circuits 500 pts Answer

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Back Parallel Circuits 100 pts What instrument is used to measure Voltage and how is it connected in a Circuit?

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Back Parallel Circuits 100 pts Answer Voltmeter, in Parallel

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Back Parallel 200pts Three 2 ohm resistors are connected in parallel to a 9 V battery. What is the voltage across each resistor?

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Back 9 Volts Parallel 200pts Answer

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Back Parallel circuits 300pts Three 2 ohm resistors are connected in parallel to a 9 V battery. What is the current across each resistor?

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Back Parallel Circuits 300pts Answer 4.45 ohms

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Back The potential difference across all parallel branches is _______

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The same Back

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A current of 15 Amps enters a junction and five amps splits off into one branch over a resistance of 4ohms. What is the Current and resistance of the second path?

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10 Amps and 2 ohms Back

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Complex Circuit 100pts What is the current into battery? 6 ohm 2 ohm 4ohm 5 ohm 24V

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Back 3 amps

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Back Complex Circuit 200pts What is the current flowing threw the 5 ohm resistor? 6 ohm 2 ohm 4ohm 5 ohm 24V

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Back 3 amps

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Back Complex Circuit 300pts What is the voltage drop across the 6 ohm resistor? 6 ohm 2 ohm 4ohm 5 ohm 24V

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Back 9 V

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Back Complex Circuit 400pts What is the current flowing through the 6 ohm resistor? 6 ohm 2 ohm 4ohm 5 ohm 24V

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Back 1.5 Amps

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Back Complex Circuit 500pts What is the current flowing through the 2 ohm and 4 ohm resistor? 6 ohm 2 ohm 4ohm 5 ohm 24V

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Back 1.5 amps

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What is a short circuit? Back

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A circuit with little Or no resistance. Back

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What current is produced if an 3 ohm resistor is connected in series with a 9 v battery? Back

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3 Amps

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If you wanted to divide the voltage in a circuit would you put a resistor in series or parallel? Back

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Series

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Back A device used to prevent shorts by opening a circuit if the current gets To hot.

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Back Fuse

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Voltage

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When was the internet developed? Back

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1960’s Back

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