# A voltage source having an open-circuit voltage of 100 V and internal resistance of 50 ohms is equivalent to a current source of:

A voltage source having an open-circuit voltage of 100 V and internal resistance of 50 ohms is equivalent to a current source of:

### Right Answer is:

2 A in series with 50 ohms

#### SOLUTION

A voltage source having an open-circuit voltage of 100 V and internal resistance of 50 ohms can be represented as a 100 V voltage source in series with a resistance of 50 ohms as shown in the below figure

The value of the current source is 100/50 = 2A and the value of the resistance remains the same.

By source transformation, we can represent this circuit as a current source with resistance in parallel.