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Problem26_65 - 26.65 The 20.0 and 30.0 resistors are in parallel and have equivalent resistance 12.0 The two resistors R are in parallel and have

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26.65: The 20.0- and 30.0- resistors are in parallel and have equivalent resistance 12.0 . The two resistors R are in parallel and have equivalent resistance R /2. The circuit is equivalent to
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a) c a V V = - - - V 20.0 Ω) (18.0 A) 00 . 5 ( ) 0 . 12 ( ) A 00 . 5 ( + = = - = = - = + + = - terminal upper the with V, 0 . 186 so V 0 . 170 V 0 . 16 V 170.0 V 60.0 V 90.0 V 0 . 20 X V X V V V V V ba ba a b a c b) A 00 . 2 ) 00 . 8 ( ) V 0 . 16 ( 1 = = I The junction rule applied to point
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course PHYS 4 taught by Professor Stuart during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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Problem26_65 - 26.65 The 20.0 and 30.0 resistors are in parallel and have equivalent resistance 12.0 The two resistors R are in parallel and have

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