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Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics
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Draw a circuit diagram for the circuit of FIGURE EX28.2

Link the battery's positive terminal to , then connect in parallel and connect this combination to the battery's negative terminal.

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Step 1 : Given information and formula used 

Given diagram :

Theory used :

Charges are transported via elements such as resistors, batteries, and capacitors in an electric circuit, and the number of charges is controlled. The quantity of charge is unaffected by whether the wires are twisted or straight.

A circuit diagram is a visual representation of the connections between the elements.

Step 2 : Drawing a circuit diagram for the circuit of the given figure

One battery with a voltage of , two resistors of , and one capacitor of are shown in figure EX28.2. The battery element is placed as shown in the diagram below to draw the circuit.

The battery's positive terminal is connected to one of the terminals, while the other terminal splits to connect to the capacitor and . Both the capacitor and are combined at one location, and a wire is linked to the battery's negative end.

Below is the finished circuit .

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