# Resistances 80604

Resistors with resistances of 6 ohms and 10 ohms are connected in series to a voltage of 24 V.

a) How much current passes through them?

b) What are the voltages on the individual resistors?

a) How much current passes through them?

b) What are the voltages on the individual resistors?

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