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Use the water analogy to explain the use of resistors in series and parallel.

Discuss how resistors in series and parallel are analogous to changing the length or diameter for single wire or pipe

Answer #1

Explain resistors in series and in parallel, and discuss related
problems.
Kirchhoff's junction rule and loop rule, and discuss related
problems.
Please do not do it in hand writing.
Thanks,

Explain current and circuits with resistors connected in
series and in parallel. Also give examples.

Describe house wiring and specify how parallel or series
connections of bulbs and resistors affect the functions.Please
explain in words

Explain current and circuits with resistors connected in series
and in parallel. Also give examples. (Please NOT by hand)

Explain current and circuits with resistors connected in series
and in parallel. Also give examples. (Please NOT by hand)

Explain current and circuits with resistors connected in series
and in parallel. Also give examples. PLEASE DON'T WRITE IT BY
HAND

In a circuit, a parallel combination of six 2.6 kΩ resistors is
connected in series with a parallel combination of four 3.0 kΩ
resistors. The source voltage is 24 V.
If this circuit is modified by removing some of the 2.6 kΩ
resistors, the total current in the circuit is 18.9 mA. How many
resistors were removed?

Explain why the resistance of two resistors in series is R1 +
R2, while two resistors in parallel give R1R2/(R1 + R2).

5. How are the two headlights on a car wired? in series or in
parallel? Explain.
6. Three resistors R1 = 0.1 Ω, R2 = 0.2 Ω, and R3 = 0.3 Ω are
connected together in an electric circuit. What is the effective
resistance in the circuit if they are connected in:
(a) series in the circuit,
(b) parallel in the circuit.

Is it possible for a network to have resistors that are both
series and parallel? If so, what would it look like? How would you
go about finding the equivalent resistance of such a network?

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