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#### unknowable

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ito bigay na tanong sa amin ng guro about sa voltage drop...hanapin daw kung ilang ang lalabas na voltage...

#### ChuckY DolL

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kulang ng Current (Amp) Value

#### unknowable

##### Eternal Poster
kulang ng Current (Amp) Value
akala ko makukuha na ang amp value dyan gamit ang I=V/R

#### PHC-Hershey

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Value = 0 current and 200 volts

#### unknowable

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Value = 0 current and 200 volts
so ang voltage nya ay 200 ang lalabas?

#### PHC-Hershey

##### Forum Guru
so ang voltage nya ay 200 ang lalabas?
Yes, open circuit kasi yan, yung voltmeter ay nakaparallel sa source kaya yun yung mababasa nyan.

#### unknowable

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Yes, open circuit kasi yan, yung voltmeter ay nakaparallel sa source kaya yun yung mababasa nyan.
paano kung lag yan ng isa pang 1ohm resistor sa dyan sa open circuit ilan ba ang voltage drop?

#### PHC-Hershey

##### Forum Guru
Since magiging series both resistor. Use voltage divider theorem. 2mV nalang ang magiging voltage sa 1 ohm resistor

#### jungard

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open circuit, so V=220V.

Open Circuit Voltage Represents a Voltage Source's Full Voltage. Because it doesn't drop any voltage across a load, as what would happen when it is connected to a load, a voltage source's open circuit voltage represents its full voltage value, since the voltage doesn't share any of its voltage with a load.

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