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Post subject: help with electronic basic question 1
Unread postPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2004
am in need of this info
if there is a 20v p.s going thru a 10 ohm resistor (in series) then
go to 2- 20 ohm resistors in parallel. whats the voltage drop across the 20ohm resistors.
i know the same
voltage is applied across each branch so would you find the total resistence and treat it as a series circuit
(another 10 ohms)
Unread postPosted: Thu Sep
16, 2004 2:59 pm
You are correct. The 2 20 ohm resistors in paralell would equall a 10 ohm resistor. So
the voltage drop across each of the 10 ohm resistors would be the same.