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    An electrical circuit consists of a set of three parallel resistors (A,B, and C)
    which are connected in series with another set of two parallel resistors, (D and E).
    These two sets of resistors are connected in a series loop to a battery.
    Assume the following resistor values:

    A=33 ohms
    B= 100 ohms
    C= 51 ohms
    D= 22 ohms
    E= 10 ohms

    How much current could a 12 V battery drive through the circuit?

    A. Less than 12 ohms?
    B. Greater than 1 amp?
    C. Less than 0.5 amps?
    D. None of the above?

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    Three parallel resistors

    An electrical circuit consists of a set of three parallel resistors (A,B, and C)
    which are connected in series with ...

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