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1. What is the potential difference ΔV across the potential divider terminals in the circuit shown in the figure?
Correct Answer: D
2. What is the current flowing in the main branch of the circuit below?
Correct Answer: B
3. The lamp in the circuit below glows when the current reaches 12 mA. The resistance of thermistor at 1000 C is 4 kΩ and it increases by 50 Ω per every degree drop. At what temperature the lamp starts glowing?
Correct Answer: CFor more insight on Electronics, go back to the previous article of this section and to sections 14-16 of this course.
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