# Ohm's Law

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I have conducted an experiment for Ohm's Law.

Based on my data, please to answer the following three questions for series and parallel and a brief conclusion of results. No graphs are required.

1. From measured values of current and voltage compute the resistances R1, R2 and R3 for both series and parallel connections. Use Ohm's Law.

2. Compute the total resistance in the series connection using equation (1) and values of R1 and R2 computed in Step 1. Compare with the value of R.

3. Compute the total resistance in parallel connection by using equation (2) and the values of R1 and R2 computed in Step 1. Again compare with the measured value.

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