LOL :D :eek:
It's my totally nutz way of drawing a lamp and YES, I need to fix it right. Now I'm going to post the second picture. None of the lamps have jumpers across them. It's that I'm NO good at drawing this stuff when tired and wanted to draw it fast. Sometime I'll be a good doggie and do a more careful drawing and one that really will tease the old brain. Now get ready for picture #2. All of you did well and should go eat a nice meal or something.
By the way Rick, you are very correct that it sure looks like I have jumpers across the lamps and thus KABOOM would happen to battery #2, but that would have happened shortly after it was connected. The switch makes no difference if if closed or left open. Battery #1 never is connected to anything. Look for the arrow in picture #2.
Woussko is a bad dog. Woussko is a bad dog. Woussko is a bad dog. Bad dogs must sleep out in the cold and only eat roadkill stew. YUCK ROFLMAO at myself for posting this stuff.
my plumbing isometric reading is even better. my plumbing knowledge is even better:D
ever since losing on a trick question on 1 vrs. 100. i'm taking his hint as this is a trick question, or trick drawing.
as far as his drawing goes, it's a jumper wire.
rick the plumber, apprentice electrician. ;)
You mean ALL 2 of us? :D
Well my answer was correct then :p
I'm still waiting rick
Not bad for a plumber:p
perhaps you can quiz us on some plumbing trick question?:p
As the schematic is drawn, there is an open on the single bulb connected to the + of the battery. That circuit is opened so bulb #1 will not light no matter what. The other 2 bulbs in series will glow at half brightness, the switch is shorted out and won't do a danm thing at any time, open or closed. Lou
If you look carefully battery #1 has NO load because there's a break in the wiring. No matter what battery #1 and lamp #1 see no electrical flow. Lamps 2 and 3 have jompers across them. When battery #2 is connected and no matter if the switch is open or closed, this battery sees a short circuit and will have very high current flowing through it and thus KaBoom. Lamps 2 and 3 never light or if they do they will be very very dim.
This was a sick joke by me to find out who's paying attention. I'm the one that failed as my drawing is super poor. Maybe sometime I'll post a well done drawing and won't make it a total joke either.
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It's my totally nutz way of drawing a lamp and YES, I need to fix it right. Now I'm going to post the second picture. None of the lamps have jumpers across them. It's that I'm NO good at drawing this stuff when tired and wanted to draw it fast.
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Lamps 2 and 3 have jompers across them.
what were you smoking when you schetched this?
you're killing me...
Look at the title of this thread. It's all a big tease.:p
If you look at my so called lamps they are little coils of wire with a jumper across them. There are NO real lamps at all.:o
Josh, Please kill this thread ASAP before everything really does go KaBoom. Thanks
OH MAN, I thought the "shpere's" around the filament of the bulbs were YOUR way of drawing a bulb, not that they were wires that short out the filament of the bulb.........YOU COULD DO BETTER THAN THAT! Yikes......Lou