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  • Uzalfa Junaid
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    Mohammad Ashaz
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    Mohammad Ashaz

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    Uzalfa Junaid
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    Uzalfa Junaid

    I know that but I had a confusion that which formula is used in parallel n which is used in series but now I know abt it. Anyways, thank you Mohammad Ashaz for your help!

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    Siebel Sohail Chougule

    I made up this method. I do not know if it will be effective, but here it is:
    S for Series circuit and S for sum. So, I guess you can remember that with a series circuit you just add without doing anything. And with a paralell circuit you have to divide and all that math.

    Will this be helpful?

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    Uzalfa Junaid
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    Well, that took a while to understand but yeah it helps, thank you

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    Admin2

    uzalfa you must sort out mic .. how can you do online education with out a mic ?

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    Siebel Sohail Chougule

    Your welcome

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    Uzalfa Junaid
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    Admin I have a mick but Idk why my sound doesn’t get recorded, I’ll try to figue it out soon what the problem is so yeah

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    Malaika Israr
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    look Uzalfa,it’s really simple !
    In series circuit there’s only one & simple path for current to flow so , the equation of series circuit is also simple R=R1+R2+R3 AND SO ON…so u c the equation for series circuit is so simple! …..but in PARALLEL circuit u know that there are wires which r type of dividing the circuit in boxes….i mean it looks that way so, also in equation of parallel circuit u have u have to divide he resistances with 1 …liKe this 1/RT=1/R1+1/R2 & SO ON…..I HOPE IT HELPS 🙂

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    Uzalfa Junaid
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    Thank you Malaika but as you can see I got a lot of answers so I understood. Also this was a lot helpful as you explained it very well so thank you ! 🙂

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