The voltage Vacross a semiconductor in a computer is given by V = al + B12, where is the current (in A). If a 36-V battery is co
The voltage Vacross a semiconductor in a computer is given by V = al + B12, where is the current (in A). If a 36-V battery is conducted across the semiconductor, find the current if a=32 and = 0.5 QUA. 1A (Simplify your answer. Use a comma to separate answers as needed.)
Find V and I in the circuit given below (silicon diode with 5 nA reverse saturation current): 0.5k silicon diode 220 F. V 12V M 0.5k O V = 0.2 V, 1 = 6 mA O V = 12/220 V. 1 = 12 mA O V = 11.8 V 1=0 mA O V = 11.3 V, 1 = 6 mA O V = 0.7 V. = 11.3 mA
10 points Sort the properties to the type of circuit Series Circuits Parallel Circuits No Answers Chosen No Answers Chosen Possible answers V(total)=V1=V2=... V(total)=V1+V2+... The voltage drop is the same across each resistor, even when the resistor values are different. I(total)=11=12=... l(total)=11+12+... R(total)=(1/R1+1/R2 + ...)^-1 Only one path so current is the same everywhere. R(total)=R1+R2+... Voltage drops across each resistance add up to the battery voltage. Multiple paths, so current branches.