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A 9.00 V storage battery is connected to three resistors, 4.25 Ω, 11.0 Ω, and 21.0 Ω, respec-tively. The resistors are joined in series.
Calculate the equivalent resistance

can someone answer this please?

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    R=R1+R2+R3

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    IF YOU ADD THEM ALL UP AND DIVIDE BY 69 UR ANSWER IS STILL WRONG LOL

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