Equivalent Resistance of Resistors (Series)
 1) In a circuit, if the resistors are connected in series, then the current is: Same in every part of the circuit. Different in every part of the circuit. Inversely proportional to the resistance. None of these.

 2) When two resistors are connected in series, what is the number of common points found by a student? Two Three Four One

 3) When the three resistances R1, R2 and R3 are connected in series combination, then the effective resistance is, Rs: Rs=R1+R2+R3 Rs=R1R2R3/(R1+R2+R3) Rs=(R1+R2+R3)/R1R2R3 Rs=R1+(R2R3)/(R2+R3)

 4) How is the voltmeter always connected with the circuit? Series. Parallel. Sometimes series, sometimes parallel. None of the above.

 5) Ten identical resistances, each 1Ω, are connected in series. What is the effective resistance of this combination? 10 Ω 1 Ω 0.1 Ω 5 Ω

 6) Which of the following statements is true for a neutral body? Equal amount of both positive and negative charges. Only positive charge. Only negative charge. No charge at all.

 7) What is the effective resistance of two equal resistors connected in series? Twice the resistance. Half the resistance. Same resistance. None of the above.

 8) For the circuits shown in figures I and II, the voltmeter reading in both the circuits would be: 5V, 5V 2V, 3V 1V, 5V 3V, 2V

9)The correct way of connecting the ammeter and voltmeter with a series combination of two resistors in a circuit for finding their equivalent resistance, is shown in which diagram?

10)In an experiment to determine equivalent resistance of two resistors R₁ and R₂ in series, which one of the following circuit diagrams shows the correct way of connecting the voltmeter in the circuit?

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