Combination Four

Combination Circuits With Four Components

Voltage in Series

Current in Series

Resistance in Series

Wattage in Series

Voltage in Parallel

Current in Parallel

Resistance in Parallel

Wattage on Parallel

Combination 3 Components

Combination 4 Components

Combination 5 Components

Combination 6 Components

Unbalanced Load

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Rules For Combination Circuit Solutions

Ohms Watts relationships work for each individual component in a circuit.

Ohms Watts relationships work for the Total E I R P for the complete circuit.

The whole equals the sum of its parts.

The current that enters any point equals the current that leaves that point.

Current is equal in series. Current is additive in parallel.

Voltage is equal in parallel. Voltage is additive in parallel.

Tips

The whole equals the sum of its parts.

Replace a group of components with their equivalent value to aid in calculations.

The sum of voltage in any direction equals the total voltage.

At any point in the circuit, if all the current goes through that point, then that current equals the total current.

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