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How do you answer question 5)b) because I don't understand why the resistance of circuit 1 is half of the resistance of circuit 3.
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There are 2 resistors rather than 1
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There are 2 resistors rather than 1
But isn't the potential difference increasing from 1.5V to 4.5V affect the results?
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Yes, it does.
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Yes, it does.
Thanks I think I get it now
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