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Voltage equals energy divided by charge.
Current equals charge divided by time
Conductance is the reciprocal of resistance.
Form of Ohm’s law for calculating current
Form of Ohm’s law for calculating voltage
Form of Ohm’s law for calculating resistance
Power equals energy divided by time.
Power equals current squared times resistance.
Power equals voltage times current.
Power equals voltage squared divided by resistance.
Resistance is resistivity times length divided by cross-sectional area.
Power supply efficiency
Output power is input power minus power loss.
Total resistance of n resistors in series
Kirchhoff’s voltage law
Kirchhoff’s Current Law
Total parallel resistance
Special case for two resistors in parallel
General current-divider formula
Which ones do you measure
B and C
A is connected to the ground