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A supply of 24 V DC is applied across a circuit which consist of three resistors connected in parallel R1= 1.2KΩ, R2= 560 Ω, R3= 2.1Ω and a fourth resistor of 7.8 Ω connected in series with the parallel group. Determine the current, voltage and power across each resistor
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