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Problem 7: Suppose you have an extension cord having a resistance of 0.065 2@theexpertta.com-tracking id: 2N74-2F-82-4A-BAAB-13167. In accordance with Expert TA's Terms of Service. copying this information to any solutions sharingwebsite is strictly forbidden. Doing so may result in termination of your Expert TA AccountPart (a) Find the potential difference, in volts, between the ends of the extension cordwhen a 4.6-A current flows through itsinOcotanasintanacos()cos()atan() acotan(O sinh()coshO tanh cotanhOO Degrees O RadiansVCBACKSPACECLEARSubmitHintI give up!Part (b)_A cheaper cord utilizes thinner wire and has a resistance of 032 2. What isthe potential difference between its ends when a 4.6-A current flows through it?

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Problem 7: Suppose you have an extension cord having a resistance of 0.065 2
@theexpertta.com-tracking id: 2N74-2F-82-4A-BAAB-13167. In accordance with Expert TA's Terms of Service. copying this information to any solutions sharing
website is strictly forbidden. Doing so may result in termination of your Expert TA Account
Part (a) Find the potential difference, in volts, between the ends of the extension cord
when a 4.6-A current flows through it
sinO
cotanasin
tan
acos()
cos()
atan() acotan(O sinh()
coshO tanh cotanhO
O Degrees O Radians
VC
BACKSPACE
CLEAR
Submit
Hint
I give up!
Part (b)_A cheaper cord utilizes thinner wire and has a resistance of 032 2. What is
the potential difference between its ends when a 4.6-A current flows through it?
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Problem 7: Suppose you have an extension cord having a resistance of 0.065 2 @theexpertta.com-tracking id: 2N74-2F-82-4A-BAAB-13167. In accordance with Expert TA's Terms of Service. copying this information to any solutions sharing website is strictly forbidden. Doing so may result in termination of your Expert TA Account Part (a) Find the potential difference, in volts, between the ends of the extension cord when a 4.6-A current flows through it sinO cotanasin tan acos() cos() atan() acotan(O sinh() coshO tanh cotanhO O Degrees O Radians VC BACKSPACE CLEAR Submit Hint I give up! Part (b)_A cheaper cord utilizes thinner wire and has a resistance of 032 2. What is the potential difference between its ends when a 4.6-A current flows through it?

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