# Electrical Engineering - Series Circuits

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### Exercise :: Series Circuits - General Questions

1.

When a fourth resistor is connected in series with three resistors, the total resistance

 A. increases by one-fourth B. increases C. decreases D. remains the same

Explanation:

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2.

A string of five series resistors is connected across a 6 V battery. Zero voltage is measured across all resistors except R3. The voltage across R3 is

 A. 0 V B. 1.2 V C. 6 V D. 0.6 V

Explanation:

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3.

A series circuit consists of three resistors with values of 120 , 270 , and 330 . The total resistance is

 A. less than 120 B. the average of the values C. 720 D. 120 Explanation:

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4.

A certain series circuit consists of a 1/8 W resistor, a 1/4 W resistor, and a 1/2 W resistor. The total resistance is 1200 . If each resistor is operating in the circuit at its maximum power dissipation, total current flow is

 A. 27 mA B. 2.7 mA C. 19 mA D. 190 mA

Explanation:

Total P = P1 + P2 + P3 = 7/8w.

P = I2R.

I = sqrt (P/R)

Now, P = 7/8w, R = 1200 ohm.

Therefore,

I= sqrt ( (7/8)/1200 ) = 0.0270030862 = 27 mA.

5.

Which of the following series combinations dissipates the most power when connected across a 120 V source?

 A. one 220 resistor B. two 220 resistors C. three 220 resistors D. four 220 resistors