# How do I calculate parallel resistors?

Inverting Resistor ValuesInvert the Ohm value of each individual resistor. For instance, if you have three parallel resistors that are 2, 4, and 5 Ohms, inverted they would become 1/2, 1/4, and 1/5...
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## How do I calculate resistance of parallel resistors?

Invert the resistance values of each resistor. For instance, a 2 Ohm resistor becomes 1/2, and an 8 Ohm resistor becomes 1/8.Add up the inverted resistance values. For instance, 1/2 + 1/8 = 5/8Inv...
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## How do I add parallel resistors?

List the values of the resistors that are in parallel. An example set would be a 10, 20 and 30 ohm resistor. Add the reciprocals of these numbers: 1/10 + 1/20 + 1/30 = 11/60. Take the result and t...
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## Resistors in series and parallel?

a) the resistance in resistor B should be 22.98 ohmb) the total voltage is 4.298 Voltc)the total resistance 7.397 ohmd) the current through resistor A is .286 amperee) the current through resistor...
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## Equations for Parallel Resistors?

Resistors absorb voltage at one side so a reduced voltage is present at the other side. Since they reduce voltage, they are used in many electronic circuits. One common example is a cell phone char...
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