# Combined Series-Parallel Circuits

## Representing most real world circuits, these circuits are connected in series as well as in parallel.

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## Combined Series-Parallel Circuits

Demonstrates the problem solving techniques for electrical circuits that include both series and parallel component circuits.
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## Marquee Lights

Learn about different ways you can wire an electric circuit, and how the brightness of the lights depends on how they are configured.
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## Electric Analogies

Explore a different way of thinking about electricity as a way to become familiar with the concept of potential, current, and resistance
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## Dollhouse

Learn about the analysis of parallel circuits in the context of a realistic household circuit.
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## Combined Series-Parallel Circuit Simplification

Explains how to find the equivalent resistance for a complex circuit containing both resistors in series and resistors in parallel.
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## Christmas Lights

Learn how Christmas lights are good example of both series and parallel circuits.
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