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###### Consider the combination of resistors shown in the figure below. 12.0 Q 4.UU5.006.00 n8.00(a) Find the equivalent resistance between point and(b) If a voltage of 57.1 V is applied between points and b. find the current in each resistor: 12 Q

Consider the combination of resistors shown in the figure below. 12.0 Q 4.UU 5.00 6.00 n 8.00 (a) Find the equivalent resistance between point and (b) If a voltage of 57.1 V is applied between points and b. find the current in each resistor: 12 Q

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