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36.

What does R1 equal in the given circuit?

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Chweeti said:   1 decade ago
VIKAS, since I=50mA i.e 50*10^-3
so,IF IT GOES TO MUMERATOR IT WILL BECOME 10^3


i.e

R=9/50*10^-3= 9*10^3/50 =180

Vikas monga said:   1 decade ago
Krunal, why you 9 multiplied by 1000?

Krunal thakkar said:   1 decade ago
R =V/I.

And voltage is same on parallel circuit, So 9*1000/50=180.

C.A.DURAI said:   1 decade ago
R=V/I R=?:
V=9V
I=50MA
R=9/50mA

ANS:180

Abi said:   1 decade ago
r=v/i=9/50*10^-3
(9*1000)/50
9000/50
900/5
180*5=900

Kumares said:   1 decade ago
R=V/I

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