1. A 10.-ohm resistor and a 20. -ohm resistor are connected in series to a voltage source. When the current through the 10.- ohm resis

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1. A 10.-ohm resistor and a 20. -ohm resistor are connected in series
to a voltage source. When the current through the 10.- ohm resistor
is 2.0 amperes, what is the current through the 20.-ohm resistor?
(5F)
a. 1.0 A
b. 2.0 A
C. 0.50 A
d. 4.0 A

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    2021-08-04T18:52:20+00:00

    A 10.-ohm resistor and a 20. -ohm resistor are connected in series

    to a voltage source. When the current through the 10.- ohm resistor

    is 2.0 amperes, what is the current through the 20.-ohm resistor?

    Answer:

    B –> 2.0 A

    the current going through the 10.-ohm resistor is what goes through 20.-ohm resistor

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