Hi, unless I'm missing something here, it seems to me that the answer is that it is infinite, and that that is pretty intuitive.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is that not the case?

I would think it could be simplified to view as two parallel and infinite resistances, giving ∞^{2}/2∞, which simplifies to half infinity, which is of course really (in as much as it is) still infinite.

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# An infinite network (XKCD) - is it not clear?

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