But it does.As the 8 Ohm is parallel to the Open circuit with A and B so removing it doesn't affect the equivalent voltage.
as the voltage across two resistor which are parallel is the same. Please correct me if I am wrongBut it does.
Why do you think it doesn't?
That is true.as the voltage across two resistor which are parallel is the same. Please correct me if I am wrong
Pardon my mistake, so we can't remove any resistor then. I know how to calculate equivalent resistance. I'm confused if I need to do anything for the open circuit along with the 6 Ohm resistor.That is true.
But why do you think that means you can remove the resistors?
Okay, you need to calculate the equivalent resistance of the 4, 8, and 12 ohm resistors from the viewpoint of the terminal connected to the 6 ohm resistor.I'm confused if I need to do anything for the open circuit along with the 6 Ohm resistor.
Mr. crutschow Sir. please check. Thank you, really appreciatedOkay, you need to calculate the equivalent resistance of the 4, 8, and 12 ohm resistors from the viewpoint of the terminal connected to the 6 ohm resistor.
The 6 ohm resistor is in series with that equivalent resistance, allowing you to calculate the divider voltage at that junction.
From that you can calculate the equivalent output voltage due to the 4Ω and 8Ω divider.
Just a quick note here.So I did it. Finally
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