a più resistenze collegate

English translation: several resistances connected

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Italian term or phrase:a più resistenze collegate
English translation:several resistances connected
Entered by: Barbara Cochran, MFA

18:56 Oct 22, 2009
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / University Course Description
Italian term or phrase: a più resistenze collegate
Electrical Engineering Course

Contesto:

"Principi di Kirchhoff. Resistanza equivalente **a piu' resistenze collegate** in serie o in parallello." Partitore di tensione e di corrente."

Grazie!

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Barbara Cochran, MFA
United States
Local time: 09:26
several resistors/resistances connected
Explanation:
I don't think that it is Kirchoff's law which states the meaning but I may be wrong (school was a long time ago)
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Being Earnest
Italy
Local time: 15:26
Grading comment
Thanks. Your translation makes sense, in the overall context.
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3 +4several resistors/resistances connected
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a piu' resistenze collegate
several resistors/resistances connected


Explanation:
I don't think that it is Kirchoff's law which states the meaning but I may be wrong (school was a long time ago)

Being Earnest
Italy
Local time: 15:26
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Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 156
Grading comment
Thanks. Your translation makes sense, in the overall context.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Nevenchi: You are right. And I think it is a list of themes for a course, so Kirchoff's laws aren't really connected with the term in this context.
2 hrs
  -> ta very much

agree  jaime losantos: right on
4 hrs
  -> ta very much

agree  Dr Lofthouse
5 hrs
  -> ta very much

agree  James (Jim) Davis
18 hrs
  -> thanks - that's your lot for today
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