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Determine the current and power dissipated in the resistor in Fig. P2.1.

The current and power dissipated in the resistor.

## Answer to Problem 1P

The current flowing in the circuit is

### Explanation of Solution

**Concept used:**

Write the expression for the current.

Here,

Write the expression for the power dissipated in the resistor.

Here,

**Calculation:**

The circuit diagram is drawn as shown in Figure 1.

Substitute

Therefore, the current flowing in the circuit is

Substitute

Therefore, the power dissipated in the resistoris

**Conclusion:**

Thus, the current flowing in the circuit is

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