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Chapter 27a - Resistive Circuits Last time we considered...

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Last time we considered the simplest possible circuit, V R A resistor connected to each terminal of a power supply that provides a potential difference V between its terminals. This obeys Ohm’s law ( V = iR ), so the current through the resistor (and the wires) is V i R = Resistive Circuits
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