What is Current Divider or Division Rule? Formula and Example

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Generally, we need the current division Formula where there is a parallel network of the different elements like Resistor, Capacitor, or Inductor. We can use the Current Divider/Division Rule to find the current in each branch of the circuit easily. In this article, I have picked the best, easiest, and quickest examples to give you … Read more

Capacitor: definition, types, unit, formula, symbol

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Generally, a capacitor is a Charge-storing element. It consumes the electrical energy and stores charge inside the Dielectric, up to the equilibrium attained with the applied voltage. As it stores electrical energy, it can be a source. When the source is absent, it connects to other passive elements. Which are the Resistor, Inductor, and Capacitor. But, If the … Read more

KCL and KVL: Kirchhoff’s current, voltage Law

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KCL and KVL are the two basic electrical laws. One is used for current and the other is used for voltage. The name Kirchhoff came from the Scientist (Gustav Kirchhoff) himself. If you are seeking this information then you are at the right place. Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) KCL is also known as Kirchhoff’s first … Read more

Given the resistances of 1 ohm, 2 ohm, and 3 ohm, how can you combine them to get the equivalent resistance of 11/3 ohm and 11/5 ohm?

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To find the equivalent resistance of resistors in a circuit, you can use different combinations of resistors in series and parallel. Let’s consider the resistors with values of 1 ohm, 2 ohms, and 3 ohms. Equivalent Resistance of 11/3 ohms: To obtain an equivalent resistance of 11/3 ohms, you can use a combination of resistors … Read more

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