Scenario The circuit below can be made from using one. two, or three different types of resistors. Each resistor may or mayr not be connected. If…

The circuit below can be made from using one, two, or three different types of resistors. Each resistor may or may not be connected. If you took a digital multimeter and measured the equivalent resistance between points A and B, you will read a value of RAB , if you measure the resistance between points A and C, you will read a value of RAC , etc. Your instructor will provide you with the values for RAB, RAC, RCD, RAD , RBD , and RBC . From these measurements, determine the value of each resistor and construct the five resistor circuit that will satisfy the equivalent resistor values. Note that the five resistors circuit must be arranged in the ciruit shown below, but not all resistors maybe connected to one another.

 RAB =93.75 , RAC=93.75 , RCD=125 , RAD=50 , RBD=75 , and RBC=143.75

IV. Scenario The circuit below can be made from using one. two, or three different types of resistors. Eachresistor may or mayr not be connected. If you took a digital multimeter and measured theequivalent resistance between points A and B, you will read a value of RAB , if you measure theresistance between points A and C, you will read a value of Rm: , etc. Your instructor willprovide 1you with the values for R an: Rae. Rco- Ran , RED , and Rac . From these measureulents.determine the value of each resistor and construct the five resistor circuit that will satisfy theequivalent resistor values. Note that the five resistors circuit must be arranged in the ciruitshown below, but not all resistors maybe connected to one another. A B