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Table 17.8 R6 R7 1 20.1 or 19.0 1 R4 1 R5 EXAMPLE 5 Find the total current in Example 4.8 6.0 15.476 CHAPTER 17 BASIC ELECTRICITY To find R7: Basic Equation: 1 R7 Working Equation: Same Substitution: 1 R7 R7 To find R8: Basic Equation: R8 Working Equation: Same Substitution: R8 4.73 19. For more information about the viewing, lecture and workshop, email mariodlw@ucr.edu or call (951) 255-9706. How close to the standard yard is the length of your own stride? Light Interaction with Atomic Systems - Lasers. 9 units (3-0-6); second term.

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