## Two conductors A and B of resistances 5 Ω and 10 Ω respectively are first joined in parallel and then in series. In each case the voltage applied is 20 V. Answer any four questions from (a) to (e).

## Question 4 (a)

## Draw the circuit diagram to show connection when A and B are joined in parallel?

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Answer:
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Circuit (i)
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is the correct circuit diagram.

## Question 4 (b)

## In which combination will the voltage across the conductors A and B be the same?

## (i) Series arrangement

## (ii) Parallel arrangement

## (iii) Both of the above

## (iv) None of the above

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Answer:
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In
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parallel circuits
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, the
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potential difference across each resistor
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is the
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same.
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So, the
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correct answer is (ii)
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## Question 4 (c)

## In which arrangement will the current through A and B be the same?

## (i) Series arrangement

## (ii) Parallel arrangement

## (iii) Both of the above

## (iv) None of the above

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Answer:
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In
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series circuits
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, the
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current across each resistor
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is the
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same.
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So, the
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correct answer is (i)
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## Question 4 (d)

## Equivalent resistance in parallel combination is:

## (i) 15 Ω

## (ii) 3.33 Ω

## (iii) 0.3 Ω

## (iv) None of the above

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Answer:
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Let R be the equivalent resistance in the parallel combination.

1 / R = 1 / 5 + 1 / 10

= (2 + 1) / 10

= 3 / 10

Therefore,
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R =
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10/3
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= 3.333 ohm
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So, the
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correct answer is (ii)
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## Question 4 (e)

## Equivalent resistance in series combination is:

## (i) 15 Ω

## (ii) 3.33 Ω

## (iii) 0.3 Ω

## (iv) None of the above

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Answer:
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Let R be the equivalent resistance in the series combination.

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R
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= 5 + 10

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= 15 ohm
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So, the
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correct answer is (i)
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