Simple Kirchoff's Law Problem

1. Oct 5, 2007

neutrino

The problem is here.

2. Oct 5, 2007

CompuChip

At which junction do you wish to apply it?

3. Oct 5, 2007

neutrino

That one...just above the centre, and a little to the left. :tongue:

4. Oct 5, 2007

:rofl:

5. Oct 5, 2007

Jimmy Snyder

First state what effort you have made toward a solution.

6. Oct 5, 2007

turbo

I am a lineman for the counteeeee....

7. Oct 5, 2007

tacosareveryyum

The answer is 42!

(Anyone who has read the The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy should get this)

8. Oct 6, 2007

angel 42

does this have anything to do with my name

9. Oct 6, 2007

G01

:rofl::rofl:

Neutrino, are you taking an Electronics 101 course? I can't think of any other reason why your wasting your time on such simple circuits.

10. Oct 6, 2007

neutrino

if its so ez u cud stop mckin at me n help me solv the prblm. :grumpy: i thot ppl were helpfu; at this forum. ges i was wrong.

11. Oct 6, 2007

Moridin

Show that for every $\epsilon$ there is a $\delta$ so that...

:uhh:

12. Oct 6, 2007

neutrino

Isn't there a limit to how much you can mock a helpless soul?

13. Oct 6, 2007

dlgoff

Good engineering. They left room for expansion. See the unused insulators on top?

14. Oct 7, 2007

K.J.Healey

I hear it has the same computing capacity as a core 2 duo.