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If resistors A, B, C, and D are connected one after the other (which means they are in series), and then one end of resistor E is connected to the

If resistors A, B, C, and D are connected one after the other (which means they are in series), and then one end of resistor E is connected to the point between resistors B and C, would you say resistors B and C are still in series? This is very important. You may want ot draw this on a piece of paper and then answer the question.

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