Determine the equivalent resistance of circuit, Electrical Engineering

Determine the equivalent resistance of circuit:

Determine the equivalent resistance of network across the source terminals and find the current drawn from the source.

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Solution

After solving both the parallel branches, we obtain

Req = 4 + 0.67 + 2.9 = 7.067 Ω

Figure

∴ The current drawn from the source

I =  V / Req =   100 /7.067 = 14.16 Amp .

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