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Mr._Scampy

  • one year ago

I understand the benefit of rewriting a series-parallel circuit as an equivalent series circuit, but how and why would you rewrite one to be equivalent parallel? (Just started on series-parallel circuits in class today.)

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  1. KenLJW
    • one year ago
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    One thing to consider is your looking how something can be therefore it will later help you see how things are.

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