# Simple Series Circuit#

Consider the circuit shown below.

The terminal voltage of the battery is $${{ params_V }}\rm\ V$$ and the resistances are $$R_1 = {{ params_R1 }}\rm\ \Omega$$, $$R_2 = {{ params_R2 }}\rm\ \Omega$$, and $$R_3 = {{ params_R3 }}\rm\ \Omega$$.

## Part 1#

Find the equivalent resistance of the circuit.

## Part 2#

Find the current through $$R_1$$.

## Part 3#

Find the current through $$R_2$$.

## Part 4#

Find the current through $$R_3$$.

## Part 5#

Find the voltage drop across $$R_1$$.

## Part 6#

Find the voltage drop across $$R_2$$.

## Part 7#

Find the voltage drop across $$R_3$$.

## Part 8#

Find the power dissipated by $$R_1$$.

## Part 9#

Find the power dissipated by $$R_2$$.

## Part 10#

Find the power dissipated by $$R_3$$.

## Part 11#

Find the power supplied by the battery.

### pl-submission-panel#

$$R =$$ $$\rm\ \Omega$$
$$I_1 =$$ $$\rm\ A$$
$$I_2 =$$ $$\rm\ A$$
$$I_3 =$$ $$\rm\ A$$
$$V_1 =$$ $$\rm\ V$$
$$V_2 =$$ $$\rm\ V$$
$$V_3 =$$ $$\rm\ V$$
$$P_1 =$$ $$\rm\ W$$
$$P_2 =$$ $$\rm\ W$$
$$P_3 =$$ $$\rm\ W$$
$$P =$$ $$\rm\ W$$