1. A circuit has four resistors in series. The voltage source is 10 V. The resistors are \text { equal to } R 1=500 \Omega, R 2=1 \mathrm{k} \Omega, R 3=1.5 \mathrm{k} \Omega \text {, and } R 4=2 \mathrm{k} \Omega \text {. } a) Draw the circuit diagram for this problem.Label the voltage source, resistors, and voltages across the resistors: VRi, Vr2,Vr3. Vra. Label a current, I, out of the voltage source. b) Determine the equivalent resistance Req, that could replace all 4 resistors that are in series. c) Determine the current, I, in mA. d) Determine the electrical power supplied by the 10 V source. e) Determine the voltages across each of the 4 resistors: VR1, Vr2, VR3, VR4. ) Show that Kirchoffs Voltage Law is true here by summing all the voltages around the circuit (i.e. demonstrate that 4 voltages around the circuit sum to 0)

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