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Draw the following schematic circuit diagram and label them accordingly:

(a) Draw the schematic for a circuit in which a 10 V battery, a 100 resistor, and a 220 resistor are all in series with one another. Determine the voltage across each resistor and the current owing through each resistor.
(b) Draw the schematic for a circuit in which a 10 V battery, a 100 resistor, and a 220 resistor are all in parallel with one another. Determine the voltage across each resistor and the current owing through each resistor.
(c) Draw the schematic for a circuit in which a 100 mA current source, a 100 resistor, and a 220 resistor are all in series with one another. Determine the voltage across each resistor and the current owing through each resistor. Use an appropriate schematic symbol for an ideal current source.
(h) Draw the schematic for a circuit in which a 100 mA current source, a 100 resistor, and a 220 resistor are all in parallel with one another. Determine the voltage across each resistor and the current owing through each resistor.

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