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R ab/R bc=?

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    |dw:1341899053470:dw|

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    @3rika16 @doubledrive @MathSofiya @Vaidehi09

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    :( (dont know) ............ next semester maybe :)

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    thanks sofiya,,for ur concern

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    I don't get the question.. Can you explain it? Do you need the ratio of resistances between a, b and b,c?

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    yes...i think the answer is 5/3..i took the short circuited as parallel..am i rit?

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    R ab=r+r+r/2=5r/2 and R bc=r+r/2=3r/2...so 5/3...but am i rit?

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    yep you are right!! Its 5/3. The circuit can be re-drawn as:|dw:1341899862283:dw|

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    tnx everybody

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