wavicle wrote:Please tell me there is some actual point of having horizontal resistors that do nothing
CarlBrannen wrote:wavicle wrote:Please tell me there is some actual point of having horizontal resistors that do nothing
It's to find out if you can recognize obvious errors in an electronic circuit.
scasplte2 wrote:So I think I figured it out a quick way to solve it but I'd like someone to confirm if they can. Taking Nergu's suggestion I broke down the resistor grid into 4 separate loops as shown and got the following:
Loop 1 -
Loop 2 -
Loop 3 -
Loop 4 -
Rearranging a few things gives
But since components in parallel have the same voltage and the resistance is the same everywhere then we can assume
Thus the resistance in each leg is
And total resistance is given by
Minovsky wrote:I solved this using the assumption that current follows the path(s) of least resistance. Is this generally a valid assumption to make for non-trivial resistor assemblies (i.e. not of the form or )?
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