# Resistor

Resistor 1 with a resistance of 100 Ohms and resistor 2 with a resistance of 400 Ohms are connected side by side in the circuit. There is a voltage of 80V between the resistor terminals.

a) Draw a circuit diagram and write the entered quantities in it

b) Find the resulting resistance of the resistors.

c) Find the current I passing through the unbranched part of the circuit

a) Draw a circuit diagram and write the entered quantities in it

b) Find the resulting resistance of the resistors.

c) Find the current I passing through the unbranched part of the circuit

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