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1. John Ramelb Thread Starter New Member

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1.Two resistors A and B are connected in series across 220V DC source. When a voltmeter with a internal resistance of 10kΩ is connected across resistor A, the instrument reads 100V and when connected across resistor B, it reads 80V. Find Resistor A and B.

2. A potential divider of resistance of 50Ω is connected across a 100V Dc source. A load resistance of 10Ω is connected across a tap in the potential divider and the negative terminal of the source. If a current of 4A flows towards the load, What is the current supplied by the source?

PLEASE I REALLY NEED HELP SOLVE THESE TWO PROBLEM..

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2. John P AAC Fanatic!

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Seems to me this belongs in the "Homework Help" section.

3. John Ramelb Thread Starter New Member

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Sorry sir/engr. Im new here. thanks.. Sorry Engr..