# Resistors in Parallel

## Many resistors branch from a single point. The resistance of the circuit is the sum of the inverse of each resistor.

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## Ohm's Law Problems for Parallel Circuits - Overview

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## Ohm's Law Problems for Parallel Circuits - Example 1

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Determining the total voltage and voltage drop across each specific resistor in a parallel circuit
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## Ohm's Law Problems for Parallel Circuits - Example 2

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Determining the total current and the current for each specific resistor in a parallel circuit
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## Ohm's Law Problems for Parallel Circuits - Example 3

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Determining the equivalent resistance and the resistance of specific resistors in a parallel circuit
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## Ohm's Law Problems for Parallel Circuits - Example 4

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Determining the total power and the power of specific resistors in a parallel circuit
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