In order to safely work with parallel circuits, it is important to be able to calculate and understand the interactive relationships of current, resistance, and voltage.
" Define a parallel circuit.
State the relationship between current and
voltage in a parallel circuit.
Calculate total resistance in a parallel circuit.
Calculate branch voltage in a parallel circuit.
Calculate total current in a parallel circuit."
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