So I am working on an example question which has three resistors, 1.5ohms, 4 ohms and 12 ohms connected in parallel, across a 10 volt supply, so I have to calculate the current flowing through each resistor and prove Kirchoff Current Law.
So the first step I did was to use OHMS Law as I need to find the current of each.
So R1 V(10) / R(1.5) = 6.6 R2 V(10) / R (4) = 2.5 R3 V(10) / R(12) = 0.12
So then if I add them all together I get 9.93
Is this correct?
So the first step I did was to use OHMS Law as I need to find the current of each.
So R1 V(10) / R(1.5) = 6.6 R2 V(10) / R (4) = 2.5 R3 V(10) / R(12) = 0.12
So then if I add them all together I get 9.93
Is this correct?