Series and parallel circuit

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saulwizard1
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Homework Statement


Hello, can you help with this problem.
For the next circuit, determine the voltages

Homework Equations


I=V/RT
RT=R1+R2+R3+...+Rn
P=V^2/R

V=V1=V2=V3
I=V/R
GT=1/R1+1/R2+1/R3+...+1/Rn

The Attempt at a Solution


My background is that I only know a very few and I don´t know how to determine the points and for where to start to solve this circuit.
My idea was try to solve first as a parallel circuit and then as a series circuit.
 

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robphy
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Do you know Kirchhoff's Laws?
 
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saulwizard1
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Do you know Kirchhoff's Laws?
I know that the sum of the currents in the circuit must be equal to zero and that the algebraic sum of the voltages must be equal to zero, I know this because I am self studying this topic, bue I don't have idea of the procedure to follow.
 
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gneill
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Sounds like you need to find some additional study/review materials with worked examples. Try a web search with the phrase: KCL KVL examples. You should find both text and video resources.
 

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