Question Consider the circuit shown below: R1 = 600 ohm R2 = 480 ohm R3 = 240 ohm R4 = 210 ohm ε = 4.5 V a)Calculate the potential difference across R4. b)Calculate the power dissipated in R3. #### Earn Coins

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