# Physics

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Calculate the magnitude of the potential difference between points a and b in the figure if R1=2.36 Ù, R2=4.29 Ù,and R3=10.08 Ù.

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There is no figure and you do not explain what Ù means. Are there masses or electric charges at the various points?

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