ScienceOlympian wrote:Okay. Let's start out with a SUPER easy basic question.
Let's say that a circuit has one resistor (lightbulb) and one battery.
The battery produces 10V, and the resistor has 2 Ohms.
How many amperes are running through the circuit?
TwelveSquared wrote:if the total current through the circuit is 2 ohms
iwonder wrote:TwelveSquared wrote:if the total current through the circuit is 2 ohms
Wait hold up what?
If you meant 2 amps...
TwelveSquared wrote:Yes, I did. I thought I later edited that, it must not have gone through on account of my terrible internet connection.
Anyways, I'll take a stab at your problem.
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TwelveSquared wrote:iwonder wrote:TwelveSquared wrote:if the total current through the circuit is 2 ohms
Transform a delta-circuit where Ra = 2Ω, Rb = 3Ω, and Rc = 4Ω into a Y-circuit containing resistors R1, R2, R3.
(round answers to 4 significant figures)
iwonder wrote:I was trying to give someone else a chance, but I guess no one took it
- Here you go
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