Question #f1496 Physics Circuits Circuit Diagrams 1 Answer ali ergin Jul 1, 2016 Answer: #R_"AB"=5/7" "Omega# Explanation: #R_1" and "R_2" are connected as serial"# #R_6=R_1+R_2" ; "R_6=1+4=5" "Omega# #R_4" and "R_5" are connected serial"# #R_7=R_4+R_5" ; "R_7=2+3=5 " "Omega# #R_6" , "R_3" , "R_7" are connected as parallel"# #1/R_"AB"=1/R_6+1/R_3+1/R_7# #1/R_"AB"=1/5+1/1+1/5# #1/R_"AB"=(1+5+1)/5# #1/R_"AB"=7/5# #R_"AB"*7=5# #R_"AB"=5/7" "Omega# Related questions Question #886ad Question #886b1 Does the Norton's theorem provide a method for the reduction of any ac circuit to an equivalent ... Does the term "series opposing" mean that sources are in series with opposite polarities? The output of a certain voltage divider is 12 V with no load. When a load is connected, does the ... What happens to the total resistance when a fourth resistor is connected in a series with three ... How can I represent a schematic diagram of circuit for three D-cells placed in a battery pack to ... How can I represent a schematic diagram of circuit for three D-cells placed in a battery pack to ... When is better to use parallel circuits? What is the equivalent resistance of three resistances of 12 Ω each connected in parallel? See all questions in Circuit Diagrams Impact of this question 155 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License