1. A 470 resistor, a 220 resistor, and a 100 resistor are all in parallel. The total resistance is approximately





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  • By: guest on 01 Jun 2017 11.28 pm
    1/R = (1/470 + 1/220 + 1/100)

    R = 59.98 ohm
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