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bernardthe1st

help in kvl and kcl

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    resistance is x1000

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  2. mashimaro
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    what are you trying to find exactly o_O?

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    what would you like to obtain??

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    current and voltage in each resistor..

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    kcl is abbreviated as kirchoff's current law. it is defined as the sum of the currents flowing through the circuit is zero. In other words it may be explained as the sum of the currents flowing towards the junction and flowing away from junction is zero.

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    Use the node method to solve the problem if u know it.

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    hey is the ans 0.729m,7.083m,5.52m

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