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Use on-screen controls to create series, parallel, and combination circuits that have a specified equivalent resistance. Progress from level to level and earn Stars for each successfully completed circuit.
In this activity, you will arrange resistors in series, in parallel, and in combination to create a specified resistance. Once successful, a star will appear next to the button for that situation.
Add resistors to create an equivalent resistance of ...
First select a space for the resistor to be placed.
Directions: 1) Tap to select a space in the circuit ...
Directions: 2) With a space selected, tap on the resistor you would like to add to the space.
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