Resistors in a cube

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Can anyone solve this? Or show me in detail what to do? A complete step-by-step solution would be preferable though. Thanks!
 

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quantumdude
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Hi cbaker, and welcome to PF. I would appreciate it if you would review the policy for the Homework Help forum,

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=28

Thanks,
 
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enigma
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cbaker,

To do this one, simply redraw it in a way you can visualise it.

Line them up in sets of parallel and series resistors with A on the left side and B on the right.

Then go through and start using the rules for finding out resistances across parallel and series R.

Give it a shot, post what you've done, and we'll be more than happy to help you out.
 

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