Physics 1 Problem Solutions 223

Physics 1 Problem Solutions 223 - the potential drop across...

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Chapt. 28 Circuits 219 possible if and only if the circuit has all the devices in parallel with the battery. The proof should be complete: i.e., no loopholes. There is one bit that is tricky to the complete proof, and so you can take it as a given:
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Unformatted text preview: the potential drop across any branch is less than or equal to V ba . HINT: The proof isn’t very long. You just have to think of things in the right way....
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