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Resistors in Parallel Formulas Resistors in parallel are typically connected in parallel between two nodes, for example, between node b and e in the figure above, one end of all three resistors are connected to node b and all other ends connected to node e. Their equivalent resistance R is : Add more resistors in parallel will decrease the resistance R in combination. The potential drop V across each resistor in a parallel combination is the same. The total current is equal to the sum of all parallel branch currents.

For resistors in series as below: Their equivalent resistance R is: Add more resistors in series will increase the resistance R in combination. The total potential drop V across the combination is equal to the sum of each resistance potential drops. The current through each resistance is the same. Home Unit Conversions Biology Geometry, Trigonometry Physics Chemistry Mathmatics Medical Algebra Statistics Nutrition of Foods, Health R Programming Tutorials Javascript Tutorials Time Zone Converter Top Visited Websites Directory Popular Baby Names by Surname English Word Search