Note 2: Total current is equal to the sum of the currents of all parallel resistors Note 3: Total power is equal to the sum of power of all parallel resistors Note 4: Voltage is the same across each of the parallel resistors.
Note 1: Total resistance is equal to the sum of all the resistors Note 2: Current in the circuit remains the same through all the resistors Note 3: Voltage source is equal to the sum of voltage drops of all resistors Note 4: Power of the circuit is equal to the sum of the power of all resistors. From what I have observed in my 35 year young life is that Mike Holt wants to teach you to be an electrician and has available information to do so, not just to get you to pass licensing tests.
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