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    Hi guys,
    I've been doing past papers for physics 1 and have been doing really well on the particles, quantum phenomena side but always struggle with the electricity problems they give you. Has anyone got any tips for how to be able to do them just as well, because its always bringing me down
    thanks a bunch

    I have been having the same problems but when I spoke to my physics teacher(which I suggest) but I suggest remember the rules of circuits like parallel branches will share the voltage. Resistance in parallel is 1/R. Compared to resistance and voltage in a series circuit that adds up!

    Hopefully this helps good luck with your exam!
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