Also please refer the following attachment too.Hello friends,
Find attached a problem involving symmetry in circuits involving resistors. Its been mentioned that by symmetry the current in part ab and ad will be equal.
The current i branches to part d, o and b at the same time. Then how could symmetry is applicable only in ad and ab not ao?
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