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What are the rules in finding resistance combination of series parallel connection?

There are two rules, one for each configuration. They are: -- The resistance of the series combination of several resistances is the sum of the individual resistances. -- The resistance of the parallel combination of several resistances is the reciprocal of the sum of the reciprocals of the individual resistances.


Are all resistances in series connections the same?

No, all resistances in series connections are not the same. Different value resistances can be series together. The results of the resistances in series are always the same, they are additive.


When two lengths of the same uniform wire are connected together the effective resistance is the sum of the separate resistances is this correct?

Yes. Resistances in series add up. RSERIES = Summation1toN RN


What is the resistance of a parallel circuit with resistances of 10 ohms and 20 ohms?

To calculate resistance in parallel: 1/R = 1/A + 1/B + 1/C + 1/D ... where R is the final result, and A, B, C... are the individual resistances. For two resistances A and B, you can simply calculate (A x B) / (A + B).


20 ohms an 10 ohms what is the circuit total resistance?

Well, the total circuit resistance depends on the type of connection. If the two resistances (or any number of resistances) are connected in series, IE. one resistance end is connected to one end of another resistance, the the circuit total resistance is the sum of the two resistances. say two resistances r1 and r2 are connected in series the total resistance is r1+r2 (in this case its 30 ohms). If the resistances are connected in parallel IE. both the ends of a resistance are connected to both ends of another resistance then the total resistance in this case shall be (r1*r2)/(r1+r2) ,( that is 6.67 ohms in given case).


Does swimming have two m's?

Yes, the correct spelling of "swimming" does have two Ms just as it is spelled in the question.


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1) a bridge based on the principle of Wheat stone's bridge that is used to compare two nearly equal resistances and to determine values of low resistances and the specific resistance of a wire. It differs from a meter bridge because additional resistances of similar magnitudes are included at either end of the meter wire.


What are the rules for a resistances for series?

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Is a lap the same as a length in swimming?

No. A lap is two lengths and two widths of a swimming pool. You have to go around the swimming pool to complete one lap.


Why cant you wear two swimming hats whiles swimming?

you can wear two but you might get a head ache.


What is the net resistance of two resistor connected in series?

The net resistance of two resistors connected in series is the sum of the two resistances. RSERIES = Summation1toN RN


Which is the total resistance of a circuit that contains twenty 100 ohms resistors connected in parallel?

Use the formula for parallel resistances: 1 / R = 1 / R1 + 1 / R2 + 1 / R3 ... Where "R" is the final or equivalent resistance; and R1, R2, R3, etc. are the resistances of the individual parallel branches. As a shortcut, for the special case of identical resistance values, the parallel combination of two resistances is one-half the value of each resistance; the parallel combination of three resistances is one-third the value of each resistance, etc. Another shortcut (only works for two resistances at a time) is: R = (R1 x R2) / (R1 + R2)


What term remains the same across all the resistances in a parallel combination of resistances?

The voltage across the resistors will remain constant.


What is the effect on the total resistance if increase in resistors in series?

To find the resistance of two resistors in series you just add their resistances together.


How do resistors act in series?

The effective combined resistance of two or more resistors connected in seriesis the sum of the individual resistances.


How many syllables are in the word swimming?

The word swimming has two syllables. (Swim-ming)


What are the three methods in order to determine the resistance of resistors either connected in series or parallel?

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What happens to the brightness of the light bulbs in a series with a heater?

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What is law of combination of resistors?

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How much syllables are in swimming?

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How Many Syllables does swimming have?

Two.


How does water resistance work?

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What are non ohmic resistances?

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How bacteria builds a resistance to antibiotics?

Bacterial resistances are developed due to mutations that are passed down from generations of bacteria. Antibiotics generally kill all but the strongest bacteria or bacteria that have resistances to these antibiotics, resulting in only these bacteria reproducing, passing on the antibiotic resistances to future generations. Over time, entire populations of bacteria can develop a resistance to an antibiotic if they are frequently exposed to it. Bacterial resistances are developed due to mutations that are passed down from generations of bacteria. Antibiotics generally kill all but the strongest bacteria or bacteria that have resistances to these antibiotics, resulting in only these bacteria reproducing, passing on the antibiotic resistances to future generations. Over time, entire populations of bacteria can develop a resistance to an antibiotic if they are frequently exposed to it. Bacterial resistances are developed due to mutations that are passed down from generations of bacteria. Antibiotics generally kill all but the strongest bacteria or bacteria that have resistances to these antibiotics, resulting in only these bacteria reproducing, passing on the antibiotic resistances to future generations. Over time, entire populations of bacteria can develop a resistance to an antibiotic if they are frequently exposed to it.


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