Problem 51.
An electric bulb is connected to a 220 V power supply line. If the bulb draws a current of 0.5 A, calculate the power of the bulb.
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Problem 52.
In which of the following cases more electrical energy is consumed per hour?
Case 1. A current of 1 ampere passed through a resistance of 300 ohms
Case 2. A current of 2 amperes passed through a resistance of 100 ohms.
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Problem 53.
In a house two 60 W electric bulbs are lighted for 4 hours, and three 100 W bulbs for 5 hours every day. Calculate the electric energy consumed in 30 days.
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Problem 54.
If the potential difference between the ends of a wire of fixed resistance is doubled, by how much does the electric power increase?
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Problem 55.
Which uses more energy: a 250 W TV set in 1 hour or a 1200 W Toaster in 10 minutes?
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Problem 56.
An electric bulb is rated as 10 W, 220 V. How many of these bulbs can be connected in parallel across the two wires of 220 V supply line if the maximum current which can be drawn is 5 A.
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Problem 57.
How much work is done in moving a charge of 2 coulombs from a point at 118 volts to a point at 128 volts?
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Problem 58.
What possible values of resultant resistance one can get by combining two resistances, one of value 2 ohm and the other 6 ohm?
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Problem 59.
Four resistances of 16 ohms each are connected in parallel. Four such combinations are connected in series. What is the total resistance?
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Problem 60.
How will you connect three resistors of 2 ohm, 3 ohm and 5 ohm respectively so as to obtain a resultant resistance of 2.5 ohm? Draw the diagram to show the arrangement.
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