power dissipation
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What is the power dissipated by resistor R1 of the following circuit: two batteries in series (with values V1 = 20 volts and V2 = 20 volts) connected across three resistors in series with values R1 = 10k, R2 = 10k, and R3 = 20k
im getting the answer 4 but i know its wrong. please help
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