# Resistances 66064

Two resistors with resistances of 40 ohms and 60 ohms are connected in series and connected to a voltage of 150V.

A) the total resistance

B) current in the circuit

C) voltage on both resistors

A) the total resistance

B) current in the circuit

C) voltage on both resistors

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