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You are given three resistors with the following resistances: R1 = 4.80 ohm, R2 = 9.83 ohm, and R3 = 3.63 ohm.

A.) What is the largest equivalent resistance you can build using these three resistors?

B.) What is the smallest equivalent resistance you can assemble using these three resistors?
(in ohm)
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largest resistance = when three are in series = 4.8 + 9.83 + 3.63

= 18.26 ohm

smallest is when three are in parallel

1 / R = 1/ 4.8 + 1/ 9.83 + 1/ 3.63

R = 1.71 ohm
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