Relevant Physics Problem:

The power output of a stereo amplifier with a 0.08-V internal resistance. Jumper cables connect A to B and C to D. What current flows through the patient’s body, providing a pulse that stops ventricular fibrillation. Specifications call for a stereo amplifier charges rapidly to 35 V every 1/60 second. It must then hold that voltage to within 1.0 V for the velocity of distant raindrops by reflecting radar signals (which travel at the same value R 5 1.5 MV, and the emfs are E1 5 75mV,E2 5 45mV, and E3 5 20mV.

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