ANALYSIS+DESIGN OF LINEAR CIRCUITS(LL)
8th Edition
ISBN: 9781119235385
Author: Thomas
Publisher: WILEY
Question
Chapter 2, Problem 2.1P
To determine

## The value of voltage through the resistor.

The voltage across the resistor is 72.6V .

### Explanation of Solution

Given Information:

Current i=2.2mA

Resistance R=33

Calculation:

Ohm’s law: It states that voltage between two points of conductor is directly proportional to current flowing through it.

vi

v=iR

Here, R is constant resistance.

Substitute 2.2mA for i and 33 for R in the above equation.

v=2.2mA×33=2.2×103×33×103=72.6V

Conclusion:

Hence, the voltage across the resistor is 72.6V .

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