# User Forum

Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

There are two different solutions in set up P and Q as shown in figure. The bulb in the set up P glows more brightly as compared to that of the set up Q. What are the possible causes for this?

(i) The connections of the circuit Q may be loose.
(ii) The liquid in Q may have small conductivity.
(iii) Liquid in P is equivalent to a battery while liquid in Q is equivalent to a cell of the battery of liquid P.

A Only (i) and (ii)
B Only (ii) and (iii)
C Only (i)
D Only (ii)

I don't understand (iii)

## Ans 1: (Master Answer)

Class : Class 1

The correct answer is B

In given figures, both the circuits are tightly connected and both the liquids conduct electricity because both the bulbs are glowing. The bulb in the set up P glows more brightly as compared to that of the set up Q might be because of any of the two possibilities:

1. The liquid in Q may have small conductivity.

2.  Liquid in P is equivalent to a battery while liquid in Q is equivalent to a cell of the battery of liquid P

## Ans 2:

Class : Class 8
Itâs not mentioned about tightness of the circuits.

## Ans 3:

Class : Class 8
but how do we know that the circuit is conneced tightly???