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Three 2 V Cells Are Connected in Series and Used as a Battery in a Circuit. What is the P.D. at the Terminals of the Battery? - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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Question

Three 2 V cells are connected in series and used as a battery in a circuit.

 What is the p.d. at the terminals of the battery?

Solution

 The potential difference across each cell is 2 V. So, the potential difference at the terminals of the battery is 3 x 2 V = 6 V.

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Solution Three 2 V Cells Are Connected in Series and Used as a Battery in a Circuit. What is the P.D. at the Terminals of the Battery? Concept: Electric Current and Circuit.
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