Typical circuits encountered by a technician are rarely a pure series or parallel circuit. In practice, a combination is encountered on the job and requires application of several techniques to properly analyze circuit performance.
" Define a series-parallel circuit.
Calculate total resistance in a series-parallel circuit.
Calculate branch currents in a series-parallel circuit.
Calculate voltage drops in a series-parallel circuit."
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