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I attempted to solve the problem using the formulas I have provided above, but my answers are not matching, also I tried to search for similar problems in the internet but found nothingAccording to our rules, to receive help, you need to show some credible effort towards answering the question(s). How about telling us what you do know and how you would approach this problem?
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Thank you, I will learn how to do it. I am just learning and new here, so would appreciate solution for my problem, the problem seems very unique for me as it's really challenging for me to determine whether the resistors are in parallel or in series, otherwise I wouldn't post it here.OK, but "I tried and didn't get anywhere" is not sufficient attempt at a solution. Please post what you tried and what you got. We would prefer that you use LaTeX which is to learn. Click the link "LaTeX guide", lower left, to see how to do it.
We don't supply solutions, only hints and you must make and show an effort to use them. So here are some.Thank you, I will learn how to do it. I am just learning and new here, so would appreciate solution for my problem, the problem seems very unique for me as it's really challenging for me to determine whether the resistors are in parallel or in series, otherwise I wouldn't post it here.
As has been explained to you several times in this thread so far, we do not give solutions to schoolwork questions. We can provide hints, ask probing questions, find mistakes, etc., but the student must do the bulk of the work on schoolwork questions. Please see the PF Rules link under INFO at the top of the page.so would appreciate solution for my problem,