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OHM’s LAW V= I R or E = I R
Variable Unit Voltage V Volts CurrentIamps ResistanceRohms
Series Circuit A circuit that has only one path for the electrons to flow.
Rules for Series R tot = R 1 + R 2 + R n I tot = I 1 = I 2 = I n V tot = V 1 + V 2 + V n
Schematic Symbols Battery Switch resistor
Series example 1 RIVP R15 R215 R330 Rt2
Series example 2 RIVP R13 R25 R322 Rt120
Series example 3 RIVP R125 R25 R310 Rt4
Series example 4 RIVP R110 R210 R330 Rt3
Series Quiz RIVP R15 R215 R320 Rt120
Parallel Circuits Circuits that have multiple paths for the electrons to follow
Rules for Parallel 1 = 1 + 1 + 1 R tot R 1 R 2 R n I tot = I 1 + I 2 + I n V tot = V 1 = V 2 = V n
Parallel Ex 1 RIVP R148 R248 R348 R448 Rt24
Parallel Ex 2 RIVP R112 R220 R310 R410 Rt4
Parallel Ex 3 RIVP R140 R240 R340 R440 Rt4
Combination Circuits RIVP R15 R230 R330 Rt2
RIVP R130 R215 R330 R430 Rt50
RIVP R110 R210 R314 R415 R515 R610 Rt3
RIVP R125 R27 R33 R45 R55 R610 Rt3
Combination Circuit Practice
RIVP R115 R250 R350 Rt160
RIVP R115460240 R2502100200 R3502100200 Rt404160640
RIVP R110 R215 R348 R448 Rt4
RIVP R1102.42457.6 R2151.62438.4 R348296192 R448296192 Rt304120480
RIVP R140 R240 R35 R415 R530 R615 Rt100
RIVP R1401 R2401 R3521020 R41523060 R530.72014 R6151.32026 Rt502100200
RIVP R130 R26 R36 R43 R59 R614 Rt4
RIVP R1304120480 R2621224 R3621224 R432612 R5921836 R614456224 Rt504200800
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