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Circuit Behavior

Any circulating flow constitutes a circuit. Learn how to model the logic boards in your computer, the flow of nutrients in your blood, or the daily fluctuations in the temperature of your house.

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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