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    Cool find R_AB

    find $\displaystyle R_{ab}$

    first I added $\displaystyle 5\Omega + 5\Omega = 10\Omega$

    then $\displaystyle \frac{10\Omega\times10\Omega}{10\Omega+10\Omega}=5 \Omega$

    then $\displaystyle \frac{8\Omega\times8\Omega}{8\Omega+8\Omega}=4\Ome ga$

    so $\displaystyle 4\Omega+ 5\Omega+ 1\Omega = \boxed{1\Omega}$

    any not really sure about this
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    I'm not sure, either. It should be

    $\displaystyle 4\Omega+ 5\Omega+ 1\Omega = \boxed{10\Omega}.$

    Everything else looks ok, though.
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    sorry typo

    but haven't learned how to add or subtract numbers yet...

    more to come
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwave View Post
    more to come
    Oh, goodie!
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