Question:

What is the formula for figuring out voltage across a resistor?

Answer:

Step 1: Determine Current of total resistors across the series. (I = Current/V=Voltage/R(t)=Resistance Total) I = V / R(t) I = 9 / (2k + 5k + 10K) I = .53 mA Step 2: I = Current Vx=Voltage (x=Current Value across X Resistor) V = I x Rx.


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