Then if we know the voltage, we can find the current through
the entire circuit, and through each individual resistor. Go ahead
and try plugging in a voltage (like 25V) and finding the currents.
You'll be surprised at how simple it is.
Let's try another
example. In the circuit on the right, we have 3 resistors again. But
this time, they are configured differently. Do you see how you would
combine them for the total resistance? First, you must add the 10
resistors by adding them. This is simple because they are in