
#37
Apr1510, 12:04 PM

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#38
Apr1510, 12:11 PM

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#39
Apr1510, 01:00 PM

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Hope that helps. :) 



#40
Apr1510, 01:15 PM

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Thank you for being so helpful. 



#41
Apr1510, 11:34 PM

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Ok, it just comes down to the different way impedances combine in series versus parallel. Series impedances add together in a direct algebraic manner, while parallel impedances dont. Parallel admittances add together in a direct algebraic manner, while series admittances dont. I don't really think there's anything more than that to it.



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