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Textbook Problem

While discussing voltage drop: Technician A says voltage drops in a closed circuit must equal source voltage. Technician B says that voltage drops can be calculated by multiplying circuit voltage times the load s resistance. Who is correct?

  1. Technician A

  • Technician B
  • Both A and B
  • Neither A nor B
  • To determine

    The correct hypothecation about voltage drop.

    Explanation

    Given:

    Technician A says that voltage drop in a closed circuit must equal source voltage.

    Technician B says that voltage drop can be calculated by multiplying circuit voltage times the load resistance.

    Concept used:

    According to Kirchhoff’s law of conservation of energy, in a closed loop circuit, the sum of all the voltage in a circuit is equivalent to zero.

    In a closed loop circuit, a voltage is supplied at a point...

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