Three resistors are connected in series across a battery. The value of each resistance and its maximum power rating are as follows: 6.7Ω and 15.9 W, 30.4Ω and 9.12 W, and 16.3Ω and 12.3 W. (a) What is the greatest voltage that the battery can have without one of the resistors burning up? (b) How much power does the battery deliver to the circuit in (a)?

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

a) greatest voltage = 29.25 V

b) power = 16 W

Explanation:

The total resistance R of the three resistors in series is:

R = (6.7 + 30.4 + 16.3) \Omega = 53.4 \Omega  

a) The greatest current I is the one that will burn the resistor with lower power rating, which is 9.12 W:

P_(max) = I_(max)^2 R = I_(max)^2 30.4\Omega = 9.12W\nI_(max) = 0.54 A

The voltage is:

V_(max)=IR = 0.54*53.4V= 29.25 V

b) When the current is 0.54 A, the power is:

P = RI^2=53.4*0.3 W = 16W


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Answer:

The answer is below

Explanation:

a) The location ӯ of the center of mass G of the pendulum is given as:

y=(0+(\pi*(0.3\ m) ^2*12kg/m^2*1.8\ m-\pi*(0.1\ m) ^2*12kg/m^2*1.8\ m)+0.75\ m*1.5\ m *3\ kg/m)/((\pi*(0.3\ m) ^2*12kg/m^2-\pi*(0.1\ m) ^2*12kg/m^2)+3\ kg/m^2*0.8\ m+3\ kg/m^2*1.5\ m) \n\ny=0.88\ m

b)  the mass moment of inertia about z axis passing the rotation center O is:

I_G=(1)/(12)*3(0.8)(0.8)^2+ 3(0.8)(0.888)^2-(1)/(2)*(12)(\pi)(0.1)^2(0.1)^2 -(12)(\pi)(0.1)^2(1.8-\n0.888)^2+(1)/(2)*(12)(\pi)(0.3)^2(0.3)^2 +(12)(\pi)(0.3)^2(1.8-0.888)^2+(1)/(12)*3(1.5)(1.5)^2+\n3(1.5)(0.888-0.75)^2\n\nI_G=13.4\ kgm^2

c) The mass moment of inertia about z axis passing the rotation center O is:

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Final answer:

To solve this problem, calculate the mass of each element of the pendulum, use that information to determine the center of mass, and then apply the parallel axis theorem to calculate the two moments of inertia.

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