# Equivalent resistance of a regular polyhedron

Hi everyone. Can u help me to proof a little (but doubtful) expression to find the equivalent resistance between two consecutives vertices of a regular polyhedron?

I think that the expression is given by:

$$R_{EQ} = \frac{2(V-1)\cdot R}{V\cdot N}$$, where $$V$$ is the number of vertices, $$N$$ is the number of edges connected to each vertice and $$R$$ is the resistance in each edge.

Ty xD

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Se essa formula for verdade pode ate ser util, mas na duvida é sempre melhor procurar planos de simetria em uma figura e linearizar o circuito. Dessa maneira nao tem como nao errar.

- 4 years, 10 months ago