## 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 ...

Page 435

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

them and the

wide A garooroozararo g * -----—b -----> 555,555,555 or 3 i. % (o) (b) (c) variation

...

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 A garooroozararo g * -----—b -----> 555,555,555 or 3 i. % (o) (b) (c) variation

...

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Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. he very large

by a high Q lel circuit at resonance finds many important applications. Its

imination or differential response with frequency is of the same : as the series

circuit and ...

Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. he very large

**effective**resistance that is presentedby a high Q lel circuit at resonance finds many important applications. Its

imination or differential response with frequency is of the same : as the series

circuit and ...

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