# Equations with Resistance 3 replies

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#1 13 years ago
• 1/R(total) = 1/R(1) + 1/R(2) + 1/R(n) when in parallel
• R = V/I when in series
• R(total) = R(1) + R(2) + R(n) when in series
• R = P/I(squared)
• R = (E*T)/I(squared)
• R = (E*T)/(P/V)
• R = V/(Q/T)

R = Resistance (Ohms) I = Current (Amperes) V = Voltage (Volts) P = Power (Watts) n = Number (Greek Alphabet Numerics) T = Time (Seconds) Q = [size=-1]Charge (Coulombs) Any more? [/size]

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#2 13 years ago

Delicious science! Nah, I havn't encountered any of these equasions before. What are you trying to do, build a world domination device?

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#3 13 years ago

Naw, I'm just revising Physics (although I've already sat the exam).

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#4 13 years ago

Thread=Huh?