# UCF PHY2054 Post Lab - Unit 06Kirchhoff's Laws1. In the picture on the right, what is the current in the wire above the junction?6V +Does charge flow toward or away from the junction?3レthe Cveren 1he e2 25 210VDS23 m12AMPS2.02112レっお民3.0 VL0-2A 0534So 3+2AM1AMThe lightbulb in the circuit diagram above has a resistance of 1.0 2. Consider the potentialdifference between pairs of points in the diagram.2.What are the values of AV12, AV23, and AV34?a.What are the values if the bulb is removed?b.P Au B00TLAレにおん115A 200Current in Circuits2.5 AID1.5 A200PaThe currents in two resistors in a circuit are shown above. What is the value of-resisOPRC

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The lightbulb in the circut diagram above has a resitance of 1.0 ohm. Consideter the potetial diffrence between pairs of points in the diagram

A.what are the values of  point 1 to point 2, point 2 to point 3, and point 3 to point four int terms of delta V

B What are the values if the bulb is removed? help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseUCF PHY2054 Post Lab - Unit 06 Kirchhoff's Laws 1. In the picture on the right, what is the current in the wire above the junction? 6V + Does charge flow toward or away from the junction? 3レ the Cveren 1he e 2 2 5 2 10V DS 23 m1 2 AMPS 2.02 11 2 レっお民 3.0 V L0-2A 05 3 4 So 3+2AM1AM The lightbulb in the circuit diagram above has a resistance of 1.0 2. Consider the potential difference between pairs of points in the diagram. 2. What are the values of AV12, AV23, and AV34? a. What are the values if the bulb is removed? b. P Au B00 TLA レにおん 115A 200 Current in Circuits 2.5 A ID 1.5 A 200 Pa The currents in two resistors in a circuit are shown above. What is the value of-resis OP RC fullscreen
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Step 1

(A)   Write the Ohm’s law.

Step 2

Since both the resistance (bulb +2Ω) are in series, find the net resistance Rnet as,

Step 3

Find the current in the circuit by using ohm&rs...

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