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## Discussion of Problem 1266. Kirchhoff's Law

Multi-edges
Posted by Samsonov Alex [USU] 30 May 2006 23:41
As I understand, there can be many edges (A,B) with R = 1000. That actually means, that the total R of (A,B) will be extremely big and that I will be very small. How should we deal with it?

Edited by author 31.05.2006 00:16
Re: Multi-edges
Posted by KAV 31 May 2006 18:00
What??
If there are two resistors between two points with R=1000, the total resistance there will be 500 ;)
Or I didn't understand the question?..

Edited by author 31.05.2006 18:00

Edited by author 31.05.2006 18:00
Re: Multi-edges
Posted by Samsonov Alex [USU] 31 May 2006 18:18
Yes, but it is actually 1000 * 1000 / (1000 + 1000)... Oh, forget about it. That was my bug and I found it. Anyway, WA2.