## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Page 107

Thus the

resistances in series is the sum of the separate resistances forming the chain .

The

to as ...

Thus the

**effective**resistance presented to the rest of the circuit by a chain ofresistances in series is the sum of the separate resistances forming the chain .

The

**effective**resistance presented by a group of resistances is frequently referredto as ...

Page 155

Thus , if Vi and in are the same as the

, V , and ie , of the alternating - current wave the temperature of the filament and

its

Thus , if Vi and in are the same as the

**effective**values of the potential and current, V , and ie , of the alternating - current wave the temperature of the filament and

its

**effective**resistance will also be the same . Therefore the straight line through ...Page 435

Also the

effect . It was seen in Sec . 10 . 2 that the penetration into a conductor of the

magnetic induction due to an alternating field decreases with the frequency .

Also the

**effective**inductance varies with the frequency owing to the magnetic skineffect . It was seen in Sec . 10 . 2 that the penetration into a conductor of the

magnetic induction due to an alternating field decreases with the frequency .

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