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    The thing is I'm doing an Engineering foundation year, and I am completely fine with every module, except for this one!

    Haven't done physics in over 4 years, and literally have done nothing to do with electronics EVER!

    Basically this part of the module is currently on calculating total resistances, and to be honest, I haven't a clue what to do... even after the lecturer explaining...

    I'll attach a picture of the worksheet I have, and if anyone can give me a good way of doing them (series, parallel, series-parallel), or even have a link with instructions easy enough to understand I would be grateful!

    Just don't want one module to be messing me up while I do good at the rest!

    (Q3 Diagram is on next page)
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    You might want to look at the BBC GCSE Bitsize Physics website
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