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# Consider a circuit with a main wire that branches into two

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Problem 3E

Consider a circuit with a main wire that branches into two other wires. If the current is 10 A in the main wire and 4 A in one of the branches, how much current is in the other branch?

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Answer : According to kirchhoff's first law Total current (I) entering = Current leaving the junction I = I1 I 2 So if...

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