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Asked Nov 12, 2019

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Suppose ε = 10.0 V , R1 = 190 Ω , and R2 = 310 Ω . (Figure 1 attached)

Please help me to conceptualize what value of R3 would be selected so the battery supplies 23.5 mA ?

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