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Direct links to other DC Electronics pages:
Fundamentals of Electricity: [Introduction to DC Circuits] [What is Electricity?] [Electrons] [Static Electricity] [The Basic Circuit] [Using Schematic Diagrams] [Ohm's Law]
Basic Electronic Components and Circuits. . .
Resistors: [Resistor Construction] [The Color Code] [Resistors in Series] [Resistors in Parallel] [The Voltage Divider] [Resistance Ratio Calculator] [Three-Terminal Resistor Configurations] [Delta<==>Wye Conversions] [The Wheatstone Bridge]
Capacitors: [Capacitor Construction] [Reading Capacitor Values] [Capacitors in Series] [Capacitors in Parallel]
Inductors and Transformers: [Inductor Construction] [Inductors in Series] [Inductors in Parallel] [Transformer Concepts]
Combining Different Components: [Resistors With Capacitors] [Resistors With Inductors] [Capacitors With Inductors] [Resistors, Capacitors, and Inductors]
Resistor Ratio Calculator

Enter the desired resistance ratio on the top line of the form below, and press <Enter>. (If <Enter> doesn't work for your browser, press <Tab> or click outside of the top box to remove the focus from this text box.) For repeating decimals (eg., 2.3333333), be sure to fill out as many digits as possible.

Desired Ratio: 1 :
10 : 18 : 33 : 56 :
11 : 20 : 36 : 62 :
12 : 22 : 39 : 68 :
13 : 24 : 43 : 75 :
15 : 27 : 47 : 82 :
16 : 30 : 51 : 91 :



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