Basic electrical circuits question: A resistor network connected to a battery

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Homework Statement:
In the circuit in Figure 15,
R1= R2, R3 =150 Ω,
Relevant Equations:
Find the equivalent resistance of this parallel circuit.
I am just confused on what the comma means. Can someone explain what each value would be or the explanation?
 

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Homework Statement:: In the circuit in Figure 15,
R1= R2, R3 =150 Ω,
Relevant Equations:: Find the equivalent resistance of this parallel circuit.

I am just confused on what the comma means. Can someone explain what each value would be or the explanation?
It would help us help you if we could see the whole question, including any diagram.
But the comma in R1= R2, R3 =150 Ω Just means there are two given facts:
R1= R2
and
R3 =150 Ω.
 
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danielsmith123123
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It would help us help you if we could see the whole question, including any diagram.
But the comma in R1= R2, R3 =150 Ω Just means there are two given facts:
R1= R2
and
R3 =150 Ω.
 

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danielsmith123123
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It would help us help you if we could see the whole question, including any diagram.
But the comma in R1= R2, R3 =150 Ω Just means there are two given facts:
R1= R2
and
R3 =150 Ω.
Oh, i see it now, I was overthinking it a lot. Thank you and sorry
 

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