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NiNGL

  • one year ago

Hi, Can anyone pls help me with this? Need to find its Veq. Vs = 5V

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  2. waleed_imtiaz
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    u need to find the voltage drop across every circuit element and then add them up it will give u the voltage equivalent...

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    but i dunno the resistants' equation. Should it be R total = R2 ||(R1 + (R3||[(R4+R5)||R6+R7] ?

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    u just need to find R equivalent., means total resistance. see which resistance is in parallel and which are in series and then add them up. The above written is correct ...R2 ||(R1 + (R3||[(R4+R5)||R6+R7] =total resistance

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