I am struggling with doing calculations for a physics lab report. I understand how to calculate the equivalent resistance and the voltage of the battery. I am struggling with calculating the resistance of each resistor and the current of each resistor. I am sorry but I am getting very frustrated because I looked in the book and tried to follow the examples, but the book examples were too simplified. They separated series and parallel resistors into two different examples. In my example, there is a circuit with the resistors in parallel and in series. Then, I talked to her again and he said to look in the book again and she won't help me. I am frustrated because she helped other students with it. I need to calculate the resistance of each resistor and the current of each resistor. I can only use the resistances of each resistor and the voltage of the battery. R1=10.44 R2=10.36 R3=10.12 R4=10.13 Vbatt=5.85 V I attempted to the voltages and currents of each resistor but do not understand about breaking them down into parallel and series. Like for circuit 5, I broke them into series and parallel. Then how do I calculate the current of each resistor? Do I calculate the current, resistance and go back and forth? Also, voltage drops confuse me. I attached the work I have and what I attempted to do. If someone could check it over to make sure I do it correctly that would be great and explain the process that would be amazing! It is due very soon and I don't know what to do.