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1 1. A 150watt lightbulb is brighter than a 60.watt lightbulb when both are operating at a potential difference of 110 volts. Compared to the resistance of and the current drawn by the 150watt lightbulb, the 60.watt lightbulb has A) less resistance and draws more current B) less resistance and draws less current C) more resistance and draws more current D) more resistance and draws less current 2. A 3.6volt battery is used to operate a cell phone for 5.0 minutes. If the cell phone dissipates watt of power during its operation, the current that passes through the phone is A) A B) 5.3 A C) 19 A D) 56 A 3. In the circuit diagram below, two 4.0ohm resistors are connected to a 16volt battery as shown. 6. Which circuit segment has an equivalent resistance of 6 ohms? A) B) C) D) 7. The diagram below shows two resistors connected in series to a 20.volt battery. If the current through the 5.0ohm resistor is 1.0 ampere, the current through the 15.0ohm resistor is A) 1.0 A B) 0.33 A C) 3.0 A D) 1.3 A 8. The diagram below represents a simple electric circuit. The rate at which electrical energy is expended in this circuit is A) 32 W B) 16 W C) 8.0 W D) 64 W 4. A 50watt lightbulb and a 100watt lightbulb are each operated at 100 volts. Compared to the resistance of the 50watt bulb, the resistance of the 100watt bulb is A) four times as great B) onefourth as great C) twice as great D) half as great 5. The diagram below shows a circuit with three resistors. How much charge passes through the resistor in 2.0 seconds? A) 6.0 C B) 2.0 C C) 8.0 C D) 4.0 C What is the resistance of resistor R3? A) 6.0 B) 2.0 C) 12 D) 4.0
2 9. The diagram below shows three resistors, R1, R2, and R3, connected to a 12volt battery. 13. The circuit diagram below represents four resistors connected to a 12volt source. If voltmeter V1 reads 3 volts and voltmeter V2 reads 4 volts, what is the potential drop across resistor R3? A) 12 V B) 5 V C) 0 V D) 4 V 10. Base your answer to the following question on the diagram below. What is the total current in the circuit? A) 24 A B) 0.50 A C) 8.6 A D) 2.0 A 14. Moving 4.0 coulombs of charge through a circuit requires 48 joules of electric energy. What is the potential difference across this circuit? A) 190 V B) 48 V C) 12 V D) 4.0 V 15. In the circuit diagram below, what are the correct readings of voltmeters V1 and V2? The reading of voltmeter V will be A) 5 volts B) 0.2 volt C) 10 volts D) 20 volts 11. The diagram below represents a circuit consisting of two resistors connected to a source of potential difference. A) V1 reads 4.0 V and V2 reads 2.0 V B) V1 reads 3.0 V and V2 reads 3.0 V C) V1 reads 2.0 V and V2 reads 4.0 V D) V1 reads 6.0 V and V2 reads 6.0 V 16. In the diagram below, lamps L1 and L2 are connected to a constant voltage power supply. What is the current through the 20.ohm resistor? A) 0.25 A B) 6.0 A C) 12 A D) 4.0 A 12. Circuit A has four 3.0ohm resistors connected in series with a 24volt battery, and circuit B has two 3.0ohm resistors connected in series with a 24volt battery. Compared to the total potential drop across circuit A, the total potential drop across circuit B is A) onehalf as great B) twice as great C) the same D) four times as great If lamp L1 burns out, the brightness of L2 will A) increase B) decrease C) remain the same
3 17. Which circuit has the smallest equivalent resistance? A) 20. The diagram below represents currents in a segment of an electric circuit. B) C) What is the reading of ammeter A? A) 1 A B) 3 A C) 4 A D) 2 A D) 18. Three identical lamps are connected in parallel with each other. If the resistance of each lamp is X ohms, what is the equivalent resistance of this parallel combination? A) B) C) D) 19. Three resistors, 4 ohms, 6 ohms, and 8 ohms, are connected in parallel in an electric circuit. The equivalent resistance of the circuit is A) 18 B) between 10 and 18 C) between 4 and 8 D) less than 4
4 21. In which circuit would current flow through resistor R 1, but not through resistor R 2 while switch S is open? A) B) C) D) 22. In the circuit diagram shown below, ammeter A1 reads 10. amperes. 25. In the circuit diagram shown below, what is the current through the 4.0ohm resistor? What is the reading of ammeter A2? A) 6.0 A B) 10. A C) 4.0 A D) 20. A Base your answers to questions 23 and 24 on the diagram below, which shows two resistors and three ammeters connected to a voltage source. A) 1.0 ampere B) 0.33 ampere C) 3.0 amperes D) 48 amperes 26. The diagram below shows currents in a segment of an electric circuit. 23. What is the current reading of ammeter A1? A) 10.0 A B) 6.0 A C) 3.0 A D) 4.0 A 24. What is the potential difference across the source? A) 120 V B) 60. V C) 220 V D) 440 V What is the reading of ammeter A? A) 1 A B) 5 A C) 9 A D) 15 A 27. Conductivity in metallic solids is due to the presence of free A) electrons B) nuclei C) neutrons D) protons
5 28. Compared to insulators, metals are better conductors of electricity because metals contain more free A) electrons B) protons C) negative ions D) positive ions 29. An MP3 player draws a current of ampere from a 3.00volt battery. What is the total charge that passes through the player in 900. seconds? A) 324 C B) 108 C C) 5.40 C D) 1.80 C 30. The current in a wire is 4.0 amperes. The time required for electrons to pass a certain point in the wire is A) 1.0 s B) 0.25 s C) 0.50 s D) 4.0 s 31. What is the current in a wire if electrons pass by a point in this wire every 60. seconds? A) A B) A C) A D) 11 A 32. A manufacturer recommends that the longer the extension cord used with an electric drill, the thicker (heavier gauge) the extension cord should be. This recommendation is made because the resistance of a wire varies A) directly with length and inversely with crosssectional area B) directly with both length and crosssectional area C) inversely with length and directly with crosssectional area D) inversely with both length and crosssectional area 33. A copper wire is part of a complete circuit through which current flows. Which graph best represents the relationship between the wire's length and its resistance? A) B) C) D) 34. If the length of a copper wire is reduced by half, then the resistance of the wire will be A) quartered B) quadrupled C) doubled D) halved 35. Which change decreases the resistance of a piece of copper wire? A) decreasing the wire s temperature B) increasing the wire s length C) increasing the wire s resistivity D) decreasing the wire s diameter 36. A circuit consists of a resistor and a battery. Increasing the voltage of the battery while keeping the temperature of the circuit constant would result in an increase in A) neither current nor resistance B) current, only C) resistance, only D) both current and resistance
6 37. A complete circuit is left on for several minutes, causing the connecting copper wire to become hot. As the temperature of the wire increases, the electrical resistance of the wire A) decreases B) increases C) remains the same 38. An incandescent light bulb is supplied with a constant potential difference of 120 volts. As the filament of the bulb heats up, its resistance A) increases and the current through it decreases B) decreases and the current through it decreases C) decreases and the current through it increases D) increases and the current through it increases 39. If the diameter of a wire were decreased, its electrical resistance would A) decrease B) increase C) remain the same 40. The electrical resistance of a metallic conductor is inversely proportional to its A) temperature B) crosssectional area C) resistivity D) length 41. If a wire of crosssectional area equal to A has a resistance of R, then another wire of the same material with a crosssectional area equal to 2A will have a resistance of A) R B) 2R C) R/2 D) R/4 42. At 20 C, four conducting wires made of different materials have the same length and the same diameter. Which wire has the least resistance? A) nichrome B) tungsten C) gold D) aluminum 43. A meterlong wire has a crosssectional area of meter 2 and a resistance of ohm at 20 Celsius. This wire could be made of A) aluminum B) copper C) tungsten D) nichrome 44. Pieces of aluminum, copper, gold, and silver wire each have the same length and the same crosssectional area. Which wire has the lowest resistance at 20 C? A) silver B) aluminum C) copper D) gold 45. An electric circuit consists of a variable resistor connected to a source of constant potential difference. If the resistance of the resistor is doubled, the current through the resistor is A) halved B) doubled C) quartered D) quadrupled 46. In a simple electric circuit, a 24ohm resistor is connected across a 6.0volt battery. What is the current in the circuit? A) 4.0 A B) 140 A C) 1.0 A D) 0.25 A 47. What is the minimum equipment needed to determine the power dissipated in a resistor of unknown value? A) a voltmeter and an ammeter, only B) an ammeter, only C) a voltmeter, only D) a voltmeter, an ammeter, and a stopwatch
7 48. The resistance of a circuit remains constant. Which graph best represents the relationship between the current in the circuit and the potential difference provided by the battery? A) 49. Which graph best represents the relationship between the power expended by a resistor that obeys Ohm's Law and the potential difference applied to the resistor? A) B) B) C) C) D) D) 50. A length of copper wire and a 1.00meterlong silver wire have the same crosssectional area and resistance at 20 C. Calculate the length of the copper wire. [Show all work, including the equation and substitution with units.]
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