Unit 03-3 Lecture 1 - Given - R1 R2 R1 > R2 Which...

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Which resistor has the greater current going through it? A. R 1 . B. R 2 . C. The current through both resistors is the same. Which resistor has the greater voltage (magnitude of potential difference) across it? A. R 1 . B. R 2 . C. The voltage across both resistors is the same. ε R 1 R 2 RR 12 >
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Which resistor has the greater
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Unit 03-3 Lecture 1 - Given - R1 R2 R1 > R2 Which...

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