# Circuit voltage

Calculate the closed-circuit voltage. Calculate the power on the resistors. R1 = 30 ohms, R2 = 10 ohms. I = 0.1A. U =?. The resistors are connected in series, one after the other.

P1 =  0.3 W
P2 =  0.1 W
U =  4 V

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