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Find the equivalent resistance of the parallel arrangement in the lower branch. (b) Find the current through R2. 17. (a) Which resistances are connected in parallel? (b) What is the equivalent resistance of the resistances connected in parallel? 2. w =? Looking on is Vice-Principal (University Relations) Michael Fraser. (Office of the Secretary of the Governor General) Emeritus Professor and Nobel Laureate Art McDonald does a little jig with the Queen's Band and the Highland Dancers after the special send-off event held in his honour at Grant Hall.

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Publisher: Springer; 2012 edition (July 27, 2012)

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