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Electrical circuit calculations (capacitors and resistors)

Electrical circuit calculations (capacitors and resistors)

Electrical circuit calculations (capacitors and resistors)

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If any are incorrect please let me knowbigsmile

RE: Electrical circuit calculations (capacitors and resistors)

I do see at least one error, but we're not here to do your homework so that's all you get.

RE: Electrical circuit calculations (capacitors and resistors)

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@lionelhutz
atleast let me know which one it is.. i wasnt asking for you to answer it anyway haha

RE: Electrical circuit calculations (capacitors and resistors)

Your first image is of a series parallel circuit, it's not clear what you were trying to do, since the problem statement isn't included. Your first answer makes no sense in the context of the second part

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RE: Electrical circuit calculations (capacitors and resistors)

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@IRStuff oh yes i forgot to show you the first part of the question


this is the question for it, sorry

RE: Electrical circuit calculations (capacitors and resistors)

(OP)
Ive checked it and made some amendments so hopefully it will be all correct! :D

RE: Electrical circuit calculations (capacitors and resistors)

I come to the same conclusion as TRstuff.
Thank you for your effort to solve this on your own.
Hint: Locate and mark your branch points.

Bill
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It's the LAW!

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