There is no "star to a triangle transform".Hello, I am solving some problems to gain a decent understanding of the basics of circuits.
I am stuck in that question. I know that I have to perform a star to triangle transform, but I do not seem to be able to solve it correctly.
Can someone explain in detail the solution?
Don't 400, 25, 10 Ohm resistors form a star?There is no "star to a triangle transform".
Just redraw the diagram and solve using series and parallel reduction.
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There is no "star to a triangle transform".
Just redraw the diagram and solve using series and parallel reduction.
Yes of course, thank you!Welcome to AAC! We will not do your homework for you but if you show us what you have done to solve the problem we will comment on your work. I will suggest that you start by simplifying the circuit.
You mean 400, 20 and 100? It looks like a star but it isn't.Don't 400, 25, 10 Ohm resistors form a star?
I will do what you said, it is far easier even if the transformation I proposed is possible.
You got it grasshopper.So the final result is Rtotal=50+30+10=90 Ohm