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In a parallel circuit dc circuit with two resistors, if you
know the voltage, amperage, and one resistors ohms, what
formula is used to find the second resistors ohms?

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In a parallel circuit dc circuit with two resistors, if you know the voltage, amperage, and one re..

Answer / shobana

Current Division Technique.

We know that Voltage in parrall will be same. Only current
will divide. As we know V, I(total), R1 we can use the
following formula:
I1 = (R2/R1+R2)* I(Total)
I2 = (R1/R1+R2)* I(Total)

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In a parallel circuit dc circuit with two resistors, if you know the voltage, amperage, and one re..

Answer / woot

The equivalent resistance of the circuit is V/I. Then use
this equation: Req = (R1*R2)/(R1+R2).

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In a parallel circuit dc circuit with two resistors, if you know the voltage, amperage, and one re..

Answer / shane e.

VT/IT=RT
RT-R1=R2

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In a parallel circuit dc circuit with two resistors, if you know the voltage, amperage, and one re..

Answer / shane e.

I1=Vt/R1
I2=It-I1
R2=Vt/I2

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In a parallel circuit dc circuit with two resistors, if you know the voltage, amperage, and one re..

See in parallel circuit wecan apply voltage,current divider
theorem where tats it u will get it

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In a parallel circuit dc circuit with two resistors, if you know the voltage, amperage, and one re..

use only ohms law.

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