The Ideal battery In Figure (a) has emf = 7.7 V. Plot 1 In Figure (b) gives the electric potential difference V that can appear across resistor 1 of the circuit versus the current i in that resistor. The scale of the V axis is set by V_s = 18.6 V, and the scale of the i axis is set by i_s = 3.09 mA. Plots 2 and 3 are similar plots for resistors 2 and 3, respectively. What is the current in resistor 2? Number 9.69E.4 Units mA

12 1 - The Ideal battery In Figure (a) has emf = 7.7 V. Plot 1 In Figure (b) gives the electric potential difference V that can appear across resistor 1 of the circuit versus the current i in that resistor. The scale of the V axis is set by V_s = 18.6 V, and the scale of the i axis is set by i_s = 3.09 mA. Plots 2 and 3 are similar plots for resistors 2 and 3, respectively. What is the current in resistor 2? Number 9.69E.4 Units mA

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images - The Ideal battery In Figure (a) has emf = 7.7 V. Plot 1 In Figure (b) gives the electric potential difference V that can appear across resistor 1 of the circuit versus the current i in that resistor. The scale of the V axis is set by V_s = 18.6 V, and the scale of the i axis is set by i_s = 3.09 mA. Plots 2 and 3 are similar plots for resistors 2 and 3, respectively. What is the current in resistor 2? Number 9.69E.4 Units mA

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