# Electronics: Resistors in parallel

From relation for calculating the resistance of parallel combination of resistors:

Calculate the R, if R

$R1 =R_{1}1 +R_{2}1 $

Calculate the R, if R

_{1}= 17Ω a R_{2}= 20Ω### Correct answer:

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