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The voltage divider technique was derived from a circuit where the resistors and battery were in series.
I want to focus on the the variable V in the following formula.
And I only want to focus only on circuits whose elements are all in series with one another (No current division)
(V_{Rn} = R_{n}/R_{eq}*V, where V is the sum of the the constant voltage sources in series.
in the problem they used that voltage divider technique to solve for V_{0}, however they have a multiple of V_{1} which is the voltage source not in series with V_{0}.
My question is regaurding circuits with only battereis and resistors: It is obvious that the voltage divider works with elements that are not in series. How will I know when I can use volt divider tech.? Because the only way I understand how to use it is if all elements are in series.
I want to focus on the the variable V in the following formula.
And I only want to focus only on circuits whose elements are all in series with one another (No current division)
(V_{Rn} = R_{n}/R_{eq}*V, where V is the sum of the the constant voltage sources in series.
in the problem they used that voltage divider technique to solve for V_{0}, however they have a multiple of V_{1} which is the voltage source not in series with V_{0}.
My question is regaurding circuits with only battereis and resistors: It is obvious that the voltage divider works with elements that are not in series. How will I know when I can use volt divider tech.? Because the only way I understand how to use it is if all elements are in series.
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