I am trying to find out the math used to divide the 2 equations and come up with the solution below and isolate Rx. Any help is appreciated.
. . . . .\(\displaystyle I_3\, \cdot\, R_3\, =\, I_1\, \cdot\, R_1\)
. . . . .\(\displaystyle I_x\, \cdot\, R_x\, =\, I_2\, \cdot\, R_2\)
The equations are divided and rearranged, giving the below. Not sure how the match was done?
. . . . .\(\displaystyle R_x\, =\, \dfrac{R_2\, \cdot\, I_2\, \cdot\, I_3\, \cdot\, R_3}{R_1\, \cdot\, I_1\, \cdot\, I_x}\)
Thanks
. . . . .\(\displaystyle I_3\, \cdot\, R_3\, =\, I_1\, \cdot\, R_1\)
. . . . .\(\displaystyle I_x\, \cdot\, R_x\, =\, I_2\, \cdot\, R_2\)
The equations are divided and rearranged, giving the below. Not sure how the match was done?
. . . . .\(\displaystyle R_x\, =\, \dfrac{R_2\, \cdot\, I_2\, \cdot\, I_3\, \cdot\, R_3}{R_1\, \cdot\, I_1\, \cdot\, I_x}\)
Thanks
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