Question

Ten identical resistors, each with a resistance of 50 Ω, are
wired in a simple circuit with a 3 V battery.

(a) If all the resistors are wired in series, what is the
resistance of the entire circuit?

(b) With the resistors in series, what is the current coming out of the positive terminal of the battery?

(c) If all the resistors are wired in parallel, what is the resistance of the entire circuit? (d) With the resistors in parallel, what is the current coming out of the positive terminal of the battery?

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