Resistors can be arranged in two basic forms in any circuit. These are parallel and series combination. To find out the equivalent resistance of the circuit or a branch in circuit in which resistors are in series, the resistors value is simply added up. For ex. if there are two resistors R1 and R2 of 5£[ of each in the circuit, then the equivalent reistance of the circuit Req is R1+R2 i.e. 10£[.
Fact: The equivalent resistance in seriescombination is always greater than the largest value.
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