Problem with a electric circuit

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Just taking a quick browse, I have to get back to work, but first things first, try simplifying your impedances first. I always work in simplified equivalents. I also noticed your above formula is missing a lot of brackets, use this to force proper procedure out of your calculator. It does not follow BEDMAS, so you have to tell it to ;)

Suer
 
The problem is that I don't think I should simplify more, the examples in my book use this level of information, therefore I don't know how to simplify it. Anyway I'm grateful for any ideas

When it comes to the parantheses: h21 h11 etc are one part eg. there is no h*21 so there shouldn't be any problems getting this through a calculator as intended.

Olav
 
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I studied Electrical, not Electronics, but I'll give it a whirl.
What symbol is that, a Galvanometer? The one with the arrow inside the circle?

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Any chance you could repost your original question?? (I see you edited your initial post so that we no longer see the question)..
I (and believe many others) am curious what question was asked and find it interesting reading the suggestions made to help you find a solution...
 

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