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AntonVrba
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Nobody seems to be able to solve this brainteaser[What will be the resistance
Lets see if the electrical engineers can help
have fun
Lets see if the electrical engineers can help
have fun
Consider a electron current source at A with current I and a hole source at B with current I.
The current has 4 equeal resistant paths to flow along for both electrons and holes. Therefore 1/4 the current flows along each path.
jdavel said:faust9,
"...Plugging the above into maple (I'm way to lazy to actually figure this out for myself) tells me to expect a resistance of about 0.0997 ohms.
If you remove the 100 ohm resistor a-b (using my crazy logic from above) you get about 15 ohms..."
So 100 ohms in parallel with 15 ohms is about .1 ohms? I don't think so!
Averagesupernova said:BUMP!
Just curious. AntonVrba are you watching this thread? Do you have any comments on what several have posted here?
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