## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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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 ...

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Thus, if Vi and ii are the same as the

V, and t„ of the alternating-current wave the temperature of the filament and its

Thus, if Vi and ii are the same as the

**effective**values of the potential and current,V, and t„ of the alternating-current wave the temperature of the filament and its

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

Inductances, on the other hand, always have much larger losses associated with

them and the

wide variation with frequency. Consider first low frequencies in the power and ...

Inductances, on the other hand, always have much larger losses associated with

them and the

**effective**values of their inductance and resistance are subject to awide variation with frequency. Consider first low frequencies in the power and ...

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