What is the magnitude of δv12 if the bulb is removed from the socket (i.e. the circuit is not closed)?

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What is the magnitude of δv12 if the bulb is removed from the socket (i.e. the circuit is not closed)?

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2022-04-08T16:50:41+00:00 0 Answers 0

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  1. Reagan
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    2022-04-08T16:51:44+00:00

    Since the circuit is incomplete or not closed, no current flows in the circuit. as per ohm’s law , Voltage is directly proportional to current and is given as

    V = Voltage = i R where i = current , R = resistance

    as no current flows in the circuit, i = 0

    the resistance R can not be zero. hence

    V = 0 (R)

    V = 0 Volts

    so the magnitude of the Voltage is zero Volts

  2. Skylar
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    2022-04-08T16:51:45+00:00

    If the socket is open after removing the bulb, then the substitute value is
    I = 0 A
    u0394Vu2081u2082 = IR
    = (OA)(2u03a9)
    = 0 V

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