In the given diagram, there are two switches S1 and S2 and two bulbs X and Y. If switch S1 is closed and switch S2 is open then
Only bulb X will glow
Only bulb Y will glow.
Both bulbs X and Y will glow.
Neither bulb X nor bulb Y will glow.
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Since switch S2 is open and S1 is closed, the current will pass through Y but for bulb X, the circuit is incomplete. There is no complete path for current to flow for bulb X. Hence, only bulb Y will glow.
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Figure represents two bulbs B1 and B2, resistor R and an inductor L. Assume the inductor L and the bulbs to be of negligible resistance. Switch S is closed. After a long time,
Three bulbs A, B, C are connected in a circuit as shown in Figure. When the switch is ‘ON’
(a) bulb C will glow first
(b) bulb B and C will glow simultaneously and bulb A will glow after some time
(c) all the bulbs A,B and C will glow at the same time
(d) the bulbs will glow in the order A, B and C
In the circuit shown below, when the switch is moved to ‘ON’ position,
(a) the bulb A will glow first.
(b) the bulb B will glow first.
(c) the bulb C will glow first.
(d) all bulbs will glow together.
Two bulbs A and B are connected through switches S1 and S2 as shown. Which of the following statement is true: