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Series and parallel resistors

         

Given \( R_1 = 3.0\ \Omega, \) \( R_2 = 6.0\ \Omega, \) \( R_3 = 4.0\ \Omega, \) \( R_4 = 8.0\ \Omega, \) \( R_5 = 6.0\ \Omega, \) \( R_6 = 3.0\ \Omega, \) \( R_7 = 6.0\ \Omega \) and \( R_8 = 12.0\ \Omega,\) what is the approximate overall equivalent resistance?

In the circuit above, \(V=9.6\text{ V},\) \(R_1=2\ \Omega,\) \(R_2=9\ \Omega,\) and \(R_3=18\ \Omega.\) Find the current through \(R_3.\)

Given \( R_1 = 5\ \Omega \) and \( R_2 = 10\ \Omega, \) what is the overall equivalent resistance?

Given \( R_1 = 5.0\ \Omega, \) \( R_2 = 4.0\ \Omega, \) \( R_3 = 2.0\ \Omega, \) \( R_4 = 6.0\ \Omega, \) and \( R_5 = 8.0\ \Omega, \) what is the approximate overall equivalent resistance?

Given \( R_1 = 9\ \Omega \) and \( R_2 = 18\ \Omega, \) what is the overall equivalent resistance?

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