School-college Physics Notes: ELECTRICITY Section 5 Series and parallel circuits

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ELECTRICITY Part 5 INDEX of notes comparing the structure and function of series and parallel circuit diagrams, measurements and I-V-R calculations

e.g.  What is the formula for Ohm's Law relating potential difference, current flow and resistance?  What is the difference between series and parallel in electrical circuits?  How do you calculate potential differences, resistances, current flows using Ohm's Law?

Sub-index: Electricity section 5 Comparing the construction and of functioning of series circuits and parallel circuits

5.5 Looking at the total resistance of any parallel circuit

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