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Voltage divider

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We want to design a voltage divider circuit to provide an output voltage Vo=5V from a 12V source as shown in the attachment problem, the current taken from the 12 V source is to be 100mA. Find values of R1 and R2.

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The values of the first and second resistor (R1 and R2) are determined in the solution for this specific voltage divider. The circuit provides an output voltage.

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