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UniKL-MIAT Sdn. Bhd.

Name : …………………………………….......Class : ………….... Date : ………………

Assignment #3
01. State Ohm’s Law?

………………………………………………………………………………………….

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02. When adding more resistor in series , the total resistance in a circuit will be
…………………… and will cause the circuit current to ……………………………..

03. The fuse will blown or circuit breaker will trip when the circuit is …………………..
circuit.

04. In this circuit there is only one path for the electrons to flow from the source, load and
back to the source. This circuit is known as ……………………. circuit.

05. In series circuit, the voltage drop across the resistor will be highest across the ………
…………………. (lowest/medium/highest) resistor in a circuit.

06. In series circuit, it is normally used as …………………………………………..

07. In ……………………. circuit, there is more than one path for electrons to flow.

08. All aircraft electrical circuit are connected in …………………. to the bus bar or
source.

09. When adding more resistor in parallel, the resistance total in a circuit will be
…………………. and will cause the circuit current to ………………………

10. If three amps of current are flowing in a 12 volt circuit, how much resistance is
present? ……………………. ohm.

11. When a five ohm resistance is placed in a 20 volt circuit, how much current will
flow? ……………………….. amp.

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12. A 60 watt light bulb installed in a 24 volt circuit will cause how much current to
flow? ………………… amp.

13. What is the total power and total current for a 12 volt aircraft system with the
following equipment installed :
a. Navigation lights, 3 lights at 20 watts each = …………………………… amps
b. Radio #1, 60 watts = ……………………… amps
c. Radio #2, 30 watts = ……………………… amps
d. Interior lights, 30 watts = ………………… amps

Total power = ……………………………... watts


Total current = ……………………………. amps

14. How much current is required for a 12 volt DC electric motor to produce
¼ horsepower?
¼ horsepower = ……………………… watts
In a 12 volt motor this will require ………………….. amps.

15. In a series circuit, the ………………………. is the same throughout the circuit.

16. The sum of all of the voltage drops in a series circuit is equal to the …………………
………………………….

17. Use the figure below to answer the following:


a. This is a ………………………. (series/parallel/complex) circuit.
b. The total resistance of the circuit is ………………. ohms.
c. The total current through the circuit is ……………. amp.
d. The voltage dropped across R1 is ………………… volts.
e. The voltage dropped across R2 is ………………… volts.
f. The voltage dropped across R3 is ………………… volts.
g. The total power dissipated in the circuit is ………………….. watts.
h. The power dissipated in R1 is ………………………………. watts.
i. The power dissipated in R2 is ………………………………. watts.
j. The power dissipated in R3 is ………………………………. watts.

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18. Use the figure below to answer the following:

a. The voltage dropped across E2 is….…………………… volt.


b. The voltage dropped across E3 is ……………………… volt.
c. The total current (IT) through the circuit is ……………. amp.
d. The current through I1 is ………………………………. amp.
e. The current through I3 is ………………………………. amp.
f. The total resistance of the circuit is …………………….. ohms.
g. The resistance of R1 is ....………………………………. ohm.
h. The resistance of R2 is …………………………………. ohm.
i. The power dissipated in R1 is ………………………….. watt.
j. The power dissipated in R2 is ………………………….. watt.
k. The power dissipated in R3 is ………………………….. watt.
l. The total power of the circuit is ………………………… watts.

19. The most widely used circuit arrangement is the …………………………….. circuit.

20. The …………………………. remains the same across any paths of a parallel circuit.

21. The total resistance of a parallel circuit is ……………… (less/more) than the
resistance of any paths.

22. The total power dissipated in a parallel circuit is equal to the ………………………
of the power dissipated in each of the individual load resistances.

23. The total resistance of these four resistors is …………………………. ohms.

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24. The total resistance of these two resistor is ………………………. ohms.

25. The total resistance of these three resistors is ……………………. ohms.

26. Use the figure below to answer the following:

a. The voltage dropped across V1 is ……………………………. volt.


b. The voltage dropped across V2 is ……………………………. volt
c. The voltage dropped across V4 is ……………………………. volt.
d. The total voltage in the circuit is …………………………….. volt.
e. The current through I1 is …………………………………….. amp.
f. The current through I2 is …………………………………….. amp.
g. The current through I3 is …………………………………….. amp.
h. The total current (IT) in a circuit is ………………………….. amps.
i. The total resistance in the circuit is ……………………………ohms.
j. The total power (PT) in a circuit is …………………………… watts.

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27. Use the figure below to answer the following:

a. The voltage dropped across V1 is ……………………………….. volt.


b. The voltage dropped across V2 is ………………………………. volt.
c. The voltage dropped across V4 is ………………………………. volt.
d. The current through I2 is ……………………………………….. amp.
e. The current through I4 is ……………………………………….. amp.
f. The resistance of R3 is ………………………………………….. ohm.
g. The total power in a circuit is …………………………………… watts.

28. Use the figure below to answer the question :

The variable resistor is adjusted until the galvanometer read ‘zero’ or at balanced,
then the value of Ru is …………………………. ohm.

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29. What is the safe working current and safe working voltage that can apply to the
resistor below?

a. Safe working current is …………………….. amp.


b. Safe working voltage is ……………………. volt.

30. Calculate the internal resistance of a cell below?

Internal resistance is …………………. ohm.

Total Mark = 100