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Unformatted text preview: end to the resistors to measure the voltage across the circuit. (Make sure that this is done in parallel to the resistors being measured). 3. Using the mini-grabber connect the circuit to the DMM and the DC power circuit. (Make sure that this is done in series with the circuit). 4. Calculate the power supplied to the resistors using eq. 2. Conclusion: For the table results of exercise 1-3 the percent error for the power supplied through the circuit R3 = approx. 21% (ex. 1) R4 = approx. 20% (ex. 1) R6 = approx. 73% (ex. 2) R7 = approx. 73% (ex. 2) R4 = approx. 28% (ex. 3) R6 = approx. 36% (ex. 3) R7 = approx. 37% (ex. 3)...
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