A 3.00-ohm resistor and a 4.00-ohm resistor are connected in series to a 15.0-volt battery. Assuming there is no resistance in the wires, what current flows through the circuit?
A. 0.47 amp
B. 2.14 amps
C. 5.83 amps
D. 9.16 amps

A 3.00-ohm resistor and a 4.00-ohm resistor are connected in series to a 15.0-volt battery. Assuming there is no resistance in the wires, what current flows through the circuit?
A. 0.47 amp
B. 2.14 amps
C. 5.83 amps
D. 9.16 amps

A 3.00-ohm resistor and a 4.00-ohm resistor are connected in series to a 15.0-volt battery. The current flowing through the circuit is I = V/R = 15/(3 + 4) = 15/7 = 2.14 amps

A 3.00-ohm resistor and a 4.00-ohm resistor are connected in series to a 15.0-volt battery. Assuming there is no resistance in the wires, what current flows through the circuit? A. 0.47 amp B. 2.14 amps C. 5.83 amps D. 9.16 amps

A 3.00-ohm resistor and a 4.00-ohm resistor are connected in series to a 15.0-volt battery. The current flowing through the circuit is I = V/R = 15/(3 + 4) = 15/7 = 2.14 amps

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