## How to Solve Parallel Circuits for Electricians

How to solve parallel circuits for electricians and parallel circuit principles. Also, how to find total parallel resistance math formula in a circuit.

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After being hands-on in the trade for awhile, going to school helps electrical theory make more sense. You get to learn the code rules we have to follow as electricians like wire ampacity, pipe fill, and even the science behind electricity with magnetism, etc.

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How to solve parallel circuits for electricians and parallel circuit principles. Also, how to find total parallel resistance math formula in a circuit.

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How to solve series circuits for electricians. Series math equation examples and series circuit principles for electricians.

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Ohm’s Law is simply a math triangle electricians use to calculate Voltage, Amps, and Resistance in a SUPER EASY way. It’s all based on RESISTANCE being constant.

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In electrical circuits we have a power source and electrical loads. A power source is what provides power to the circuit, whether it’s an AC or DC circuit, and an electrical load CONSUMES power from that power source.

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A basic electrical circuit works by connecting two wires (Hot and Neutral) across an electrical device (known as a “load”).

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Riley was a residential/commercial electrician for 10 years in Canada.. He also **likes to make beats..**

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