Table of Contents

- 1 When 60 resistance each of 60 ohms are connected in parallel their equivalent resistance will be?
- 2 What is the equivalent resistance of a 40 ohm and a 60 ohm resistor connected in parallel?
- 3 What happens to the effective resistance if 3 resistance each of 60 ohm are connected in parallel?
- 4 How do you calculate resistance in parallel?
- 5 When the three resistances are connected in parallel combination then the effective resistance?
- 6 What is the resistance of parallel connection?
- 7 How do you find the effective resistance of a 240V circuit?
- 8 How many ohms should a resistor have?

## When 60 resistance each of 60 ohms are connected in parallel their equivalent resistance will be?

Hence, the equivalent resistance is 36 ohms.

## What is the equivalent resistance of a 40 ohm and a 60 ohm resistor connected in parallel?

The equivalent resistance of parallel combination of 60 ohms & 40ohms is 24Ohm.

**What is the resistance of 3 resistors in parallel?**

Likewise, if three or more resistors each with the same value are connected in parallel, then the equivalent resistance will be equal to R/n where R is the value of the resistor and n is the number of individual resistances in the combination.

**When three resistors each of resistance 30 ohms are connected in parallel then effective resistance is?**

Three Resistances, of Which Two Are Equal When Connected in Series Have an Effective Resistance of 30 Ohms. When the Three Resistances Are Connected in Parallel, the Effective Resistances is 3 Ohms.

### What happens to the effective resistance if 3 resistance each of 60 ohm are connected in parallel?

The effective resistance of three resistors connected in parallel is 60/47 Ω. When one wire breaks, the effective resistance becomes 15/8 ohms.

### How do you calculate resistance in parallel?

You can find total resistance in a Parallel circuit with the following formula: 1/Rt = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3 +… If one of the parallel paths is broken, current will continue to flow in all the other paths.

**What is the formula of equivalent resistance?**

The sum of the current in each individual branch is equal to the current outside the branches. The equivalent or overall resistance of the collection of resistors is given by the equation 1/Req = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3 …

**How do you find the equivalent resistance in A and B?**

∵6Ω and 3Ω are in parallel.

- So, their equivalent Resistance R′=6Ω+3Ω6Ω×3Ω
- So, this equivalent Resistance R′′=4Ω+12Ω4Ω×12Ω
- R′′=1648Ω=3Ω

## When the three resistances are connected in parallel combination then the effective resistance?

When the three resistances are connected in parallel, the effective resistances is 3 ohms.

## What is the resistance of parallel connection?

The total resistance in a parallel circuit is always less than any of the branch resistances. As you add more and more branches to the circuit the total current will increase because Ohm’s Law states that the lower the resistance, the higher the current.

**What is the equivalent resistance of three resistances 10 ohms 20 ohms and 30 ohms connected in parallel?**

The equivalent resistance of the series combination is 60 Ω. Potential difference across 10 Ω, 20 Ω, and 30 Ω resistors are 2 V, 4 V, and 6 V respectively.

**What is the equivalent resistance of 30 and 10 ohm if they are connected in parallel?**

Detailed Solution. The Correct answer is 5 ohm. For resistances that are connected in parallel, the formula is, Reciprocal of the equivalent resistance = Sum of reciprocal of all the resistances.

### How do you find the effective resistance of a 240V circuit?

Three resistances of 40 ohms, 120 ohms, and 60 ohms are connected in parallel. If the total voltage across the circuit is 240 V, what is the effective resistance? Use 1/Rt = 1/40 + 1/120 + 1/60 to solve for total resistance.

### How many ohms should a resistor have?

As a test, if you input resistances of 3, 9 and 18 ohms, your answer should be 2 ohms. This calculator can solve other math problems. Calculating resistors in parallel is PRECISELY the same as the calculations required for INDUCTORS in PARALLEL or for CAPACITORS in SERIES.

**What is the voltage across a parallel combination of three resistors?**

The voltage across the parallel combination of the resistors has absolutely no bearing on the equivalent resistance of the three. All that it would affect is the current flowing through the parallel resistors. That total current then would be the Voltage / Equivalent Resistance of the three.

**How do you calculate equivalent resistance in a parallel circuit?**

A parallel circuit is characterized by a common potential difference (voltage) across the ends of all resistors. The equivalent resistance for this kind of circuit is calculated according to the following formula: 1/R = 1/R1 + 1/R2 +… + 1/Rn. where: