So I have here that
R1 = 470 ohm
R2 = 660 ohm
R3 = 290 ohm
Ry = 500 ohm
Would I be correct in saying that I can join these into 1 Resistor by the follow?
Rs1 = 1/((1/470) + (1/660)) = 274.51 ohm
Rs2 = 1/((1/290) + (1/500)) = 183.54 ohm
then because Rs1 and Rs2 are in a series, I can now do
Rs1 + Rs2 = Rtot
=> Rtot = 274.51 + 183.54 = 458.05 ohm
R1 = 470 ohm
R2 = 660 ohm
R3 = 290 ohm
Ry = 500 ohm
Would I be correct in saying that I can join these into 1 Resistor by the follow?
Rs1 = 1/((1/470) + (1/660)) = 274.51 ohm
Rs2 = 1/((1/290) + (1/500)) = 183.54 ohm
then because Rs1 and Rs2 are in a series, I can now do
Rs1 + Rs2 = Rtot
=> Rtot = 274.51 + 183.54 = 458.05 ohm
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