University Physics with Modern Physics (14th Edition)

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Chapter 26, Problem 26.54P

In **Fig. P26.54**, the battery has negligible internal resistance and *ε* = 48.0 V. *R*_{1} = *R*_{2} = 4.00 Ω and *R*_{4} = 3.00 Ω. What must the resistance *R*_{3} be for the resistor network to dissipate electrical energy at a rate of 295 W?

Figure **P26.54**

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