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In this lesson, we will learn how to calculate the potential difference across components in multicomponent electric circuits by using Kirchhoff's voltage law.

Q1:

Consider the circuit shown.

Find the voltage π 1 .

Find the voltage π 2 .

Find the resistance π 4 .

Q2:

The circuit shown in the accompanying diagram contains resistors connected in series, each of which has a potential difference across it.

Find the potential difference across π 1 .

Find the potential difference across π 2 .

Find the potential difference across π 3 .

Find the potential difference across π 4 .

Find the potential difference across π 5 .

Q3:

Consider the circuit shown in the accompanying diagram.

What is the terminal voltage of the battery?

What is the potential drop across resistor π 2 ?

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