If you use 1V as the DC source the fractions get somewhat smaller.Originally posted by JoeJester@Aug 28 2005, 04:25 PM
You can confirm your results by connecting a DC source [say 600 V or 300 V] to the circuit an then figure out the voltage across each resistor and the current through each resistor ...
Follow Kirchoff's laws and apply Ohms law to your summation.
Originally posted by Gorgon@Aug 29 2005, 06:35 PM
If you use 1V as the DC source the fractions get somewhat smaller.
1/600 + 1/600 + 1/600 + 1/600 + 1/300 + 1/300 = 1/Rx
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