# Find the output voltage for the circuit show here?

Find the output voltage for the circuit show here
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Ok, you have a simple series circuit composed of a 10VDC source in series with a 100K and 50K resistor, with your output being taken from the 50K resistor. This is a voltage divider problem.
Vs = 10V
R1 = 100K
R2 = 50K
Vout = VR2

So,
VR2 = Vs(R2/(R1 + R2)) = 10V(50K/(100K + 50K) = 3.33V

Another way you could figure this out would be to find current first, then solve VR2 in terms of V = I * R.

Vs = 10V
R1 = 100K
R2 = 50K
Vout = VR2
I = V/(R1 + R2) = 10V(100K + 50K) = 66.67uA
VR2 = I * R2 = 66.67uA * 50K = 3.33V
Don't cheat. Do your own homework.
Agree, learn for yourself but here's a hint, The resitors in the circuit only impede the current flow. Its a trick question.

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