R1 and (R3 + C) are in parallel with each other, and R2 is in series with the resulting association. It is important to not forget about the capacitors, unless the circuit is under an AC regime under a almost infinite frequency.I have 2 circuits where the resistors are parallel connected but if you look at the circuit (Fig 2) it´s getting all blurry too me.
R1 // R2
In my opinion this should be
R1//R2//R3 but the answer is
(R1//R2) + R3 (How can this be so?)
Yes, that seems confusing to me, how come?Were you to replace C in Fig 2 with a short, then you would have:
(R1||R3) + R2.
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