Hello,
Please look at diagram.
I was working in the worksheets, Kirchhoff's Laws, Question 5: Reveal Answer and found:
Notes:
Nothing here but seriesparallel calculation practice, combined with KVL.
So where would I use KVL in question 5?
First of all let me say thank you for these files! They are great stuff!
So let me show you my work and thought.
find: \(\frac{R_3 R_4}{R_3 + R_4}\) \(\Large= R_3_&_4\)
Then: \(R_T= R_1+R_2+R_3_4+R_5\)
Then: \(E_T/R_T=I\)
Then work out all the voltage drops with I R. I could use KVL to find these voltages as so.
\(26V  1.9548V  7.24V  E_3_&_4  7.24V = 0\)
Is that what is meant by combined with KVL. Or is there something I do not understand about KVL. If so please explain.
Thank you
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Please look at diagram.
I was working in the worksheets, Kirchhoff's Laws, Question 5: Reveal Answer and found:
Notes:
Nothing here but seriesparallel calculation practice, combined with KVL.
So where would I use KVL in question 5?
First of all let me say thank you for these files! They are great stuff!
So let me show you my work and thought.
find: \(\frac{R_3 R_4}{R_3 + R_4}\) \(\Large= R_3_&_4\)
Then: \(R_T= R_1+R_2+R_3_4+R_5\)
Then: \(E_T/R_T=I\)
Then work out all the voltage drops with I R. I could use KVL to find these voltages as so.
\(26V  1.9548V  7.24V  E_3_&_4  7.24V = 0\)
Is that what is meant by combined with KVL. Or is there something I do not understand about KVL. If so please explain.
Thank you
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