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roshanhero
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In the figure,resistance is 2 ohms of every resistors,What is the total resistance between A and B?I have always struggled with these kinds of problems so pls explain me the solution.
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i think it's 2/3 ohms. once the circuit is redrawn so that it looks familiar nodes N and B are the same node (B) and nodes A and M are the same (A). We can easily see that all of the resistors are in parallel with one another. and you can just use the equivalent resistance equation.

for those of you who live and breath circuits, please correct me if i'm wrong. it's been 6 years since i've seen a circuit like that. so i'm a lil rusty.
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roshanhero
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Can you explain me how to redraw the circuit as this is the part where I completely messed up.
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(Original post by roshanhero)
Can you explain me how to redraw the circuit as this is the part where I completely messed up.
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That's brilliant MORBO,Thanks a lot.
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