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RC Parallel Circuit Measurement

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  1. wojeezy08

    wojeezy08

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    Trying to confirm a leakage network with the following specs (picture attached):
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    R1= 375 Ω
    R2= 500 Ω
    C1= 0.22 μF

    If its not hooked up to a power source, what should I get when hooking up an ohmmeter(Ω)?:

    A to B =
    A to C =
    C to B =
    C to D = 500Ω
    B to D =

    If you could explain why for each answer that would be great.

    Thanks
     

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    Last edited: Feb 7, 2018
  2. Audioguru

    Audioguru

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    Sep 24, 2016
    An ohmmeter uses DC, not AC so the capacitor does not affect the measurements of the resistors.
    A and C are the same. Then you simply have two resistors in series.
     
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