Parallel Circuits – 5


5. The total resistance of a parallel circuit is 50 Ω. If the total current is 120 mA, the current through the 270 Ω resistor that makes up part of the parallel circuit is approximately ________.

(a) 22 mA
(b) 120 mA
(c) 220 mA
(d) 50 mA

Answer : (a)
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