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AWOL

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Feb 20, 2013, 09:04 pm Last Edit: Feb 20, 2013, 09:06 pm by AWOL Reason: 1
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Hey there everyone, this is my first post

Did you read this post at the top of this section?

Any good reason why not?

@fungus, why in parallel?
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Hey there everyone, this is my first post

Did you read this post at the top of this section?

Any good reason why not?



I did read the first post? but i re-read it to see why you asked that, and saw that i forgot to use the code tag in my original post, sorry about that!

Hippynerd



@fungus, why in parallel?


I never said 'parallel', that was Hippynerd.



I was quoting you when I had said that. You suggested that the resistors will be in parallel, you put the word will in italics to emphasize that correct?


Also, the google search didnt really answer my question. Is it too difficult to type a whole sentence to explain why?

fungus


I was quoting you when I had said that. You suggested that the resistors will be in parallel, you put the word will in italics to emphasize that correct?

Also, the google search didnt really answer my question. Is it too difficult to type a whole sentence to explain why?


How can you get two resistors in series when they're inside the LEDs and the LEDs are in parallel?

No, I don't answer questions sent in private messages (but I do accept thank-you notes...)

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