Voltage division rule and current division rule
What you will learn here about current division and voltage division rule
- Voltage division rule
- Voltage division rule example
- Current division rule
- Current divider rule problems
voltage division rule
Voltage divider rule definition
The voltage across any of the resistor in the series network is equal to the ratio of the resistance of resistor across voltage is to be a measure to the total resistance of series network multiplied by the total voltage in the circuit.
Voltage division rule example
The voltage division rule example is given below
Current division rule
Current division rule definition
The current in any branch is equal to the ratio of opposite branch resistance to the total resistance of the circuit multiplied by the total current in the circuit.
Current divider rule problems
The current division rule example or problems is given below