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2) What about in a parallel circuit for equal resistances? with unequal resistances?

In either scenario, is there any relation btwn the size of resistance and size of voltage?

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2) What about in a parallel circuit for equal resistances? with unequal resistances?

In either scenario, is there any relation btwn the size of resistance and size of voltage?

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2) What about in a parallel circuit for equal resistances? with unequal resistances?

In either scenario, is there any relation btwn the size of resistance and size of voltage?

Apparently you are interested in V=I*R, and the sum of the voltages in a loop are 0. Likewise the sum of the currents into a node are equal to the sum of the currents out of a node.

The rest of your question then is determining equivalent resistances, which follow from these 3 principles.

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If you have current you have a voltage source. Your loop is a complete circuit.

For equal resistances then your current being the same in series will result in what ... ?

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