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Resistors R_{1} = 20 W, R_{2} = 40 W,
and R_{3} = 60 W, are all connected in series with one
another. The combination of three resisters in series is
now connected in parallel with a 240 W resistor, and the resulting
circuit is connected across an ideal 62.5 volt battery.

a) Find the equivalent resistance connected across the
battery.

b) Find the potential across each of the four resistors, and the
current through each.

c) Find the power dissipated by each of the four
resistors.

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Resistors R 1 = 20 ohms, R 2 = 40 ohms, and R 3 = 60 ohms, are
all connected in series with one another.
The combination of three resisters in series is now connected in
parallel with a 240 ohm
resistor, and the resulting circuit is connected across an ideal
62.5 volt battery.
a) Find the equivalent resistance connected across the
battery.
b) Find the potential across each of the four resistors, and the
current through each.
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