(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Find R_{eq}.

2. Relevant equations

Series: R_{1}+ R_{2}+ ...

Parallel: 1/(1/R_{1}+ 1/R_{2}+ ...)

3. The attempt at a solution

There's no solution for this one in the book but I'm thinking that I can break this up into two parallel sets. Parallel_{1}= (R_{1}*R_{4})/(R_{1}+ R_{4}) and Parallel_{2}= (R_{3}*R_{2})/(R_{3}+ R_{2}). Is that correct?

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# Equivalent circuits resistor problem

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