parallel-resistors-part-1-circuit-analysis-electrical-engineering-khan-academy

# Interactive video lesson plan for: Parallel resistors (part 1) | Circuit analysis | Electrical engineering | Khan Academy

#### Activity overview:

Resistors are in parallel if their terminals are connected to the same two nodes. The equivalent single parallel resistance is smaller than the smallest parallel resistor. Created by Willy McAllister.

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Electrical engineering on Khan Academy: A summary of the math and science preparation that will help you have the best experience with electrical engineering taught on Khan Academy. Become familiar with engineering numbers and notation, and learn about the two most important electrical quantities: current and voltage.

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