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Problem: Part A: How much power is dissipated by the 12 ohms resistor in the figure? in watts pleasePart B: How much power is dissipated by the 15 ohms resistor in the figure? in watts please

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Power in circuits:

P=Vi=i2R=V2R

Equivalent resistance for resistors in series:

Req=R1+R2+...+Rn

Ohm's law:

i=VR

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Part A: How much power is dissipated by the 12 ohms resistor in the figure? in watts please

Part B: How much power is dissipated by the 15 ohms resistor in the figure? in watts please

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