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An aluminium cable has a resistance of 27 at a temperature of 35° C. Determine its resistance at 0° C. 0038/° C. Resistance at Â ° C, RÂ D R0 1 C ˛0 Â . ) If the resistance of a material at 0° C is known the resistance at any other temperature can be determined from: Problem 10. A carbon resistor has a resistance of 1 k at 0° C. Determine its resistance at 80° C. 0005/° C. e. 96 D 960 Z ˛0 D temperature coefficient of resistance at 0° C Problem 8. A coil of copper wire has a resistance of 100 when its temperature is 0° C.
D. across the 2 resistor. If the circuit is connected for 50 hours, how much energy is used? The circuit diagram is shown in Fig. d’s measured across three resistors connected in series are 5 V, 7 V and 10 V, and the supply current is 2 A. Determine (a) the supply voltage, (b) the total circuit resistance and (c) the values of the three resistors. 5 , 5 ] 2 For the circuit shown in Fig. 9, determine the value of V1 . 5 A, 20 , 10 , 6 ] 3 When the switch in the circuit in Fig. 10 is closed the reading on voltmeter 1 is 30 V TLFeBOOK 42 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES AND TECHNOLOGY and that on voltmeter 2 is 10 V.
F. f. d. 11 The negative pole of a dry cell is made of: (a) carbon (b) copper (c) zinc (d) mercury 12 The energy of a secondary cell is usually renewed: (a) by passing a current through it (b) it cannot be renewed at all (c) by renewing its chemicals (d) by heating it TLFeBOOK Assignment 1 This assignment covers the material contained in Chapters 1 to 4. The marks for each question are shown in brackets at the end of each question. 1 An electromagnet exerts a force of 15 N and moves a soft iron armature through a distance of 12 mm in 50 ms.