Q. 15.0( 5 Votes )

Three different c A. II > III > IIII

B. II < III < IIII

C. III < II < IIII

D. II = III = IIII

Answer :

The equivalent in all the three circuits comes out to be the same so II = III = IIII. The reason being, the two end resistors of R and R ohms add upto 2R and the subsequently the two resistors of 2R in parallel are equivalent to a single resistor of R ohms and then the process repeats until the arm AB is reached , so, finally the equivalent resistance of all the circuits is same.

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