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problem26_10

# problem26_10 - 26.10 a The three resistors R2 R3 and R4 are...

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26.10: a) The three resistors 4 3 2 and , R R R are in parallel, so: = + + = + + = - - 99 . 0 50 . 4 1 50 . 1 1 20 . 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 3 2 234 R R R R = + = + = 49 . 4 99 . 0 50 . 3 234 1 eq R R R . b) . V 69 . 4 ) 50 . 3 ( ) A 34 . 1 ( A 34 . 1 49 . 4 V 0 . 6 1 1 1 eq 1 = = = = = = R I V R ε I , A 162 . 0 20 . 8 33 . 1 V 33 . 1 ) 99 . 0 ( ) A 34 . 1 ( 2 2 234 1 234 234 = = = = =
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