Basic DC Theory BASIC DC CIRCUIT CALCULATIONSSolution:I_{1}R_{2}R_{1}R_{2}I_{T}868(24)814(24)13.71 ampsI_{2}R_{1}R_{1}R_{2}I_{T}668(24)614(24)10.29 ampsSince I_{1} and I_{T} were known, we could have also simply subtracted I_{1} from I_{T} to find I_{2}:I_{T}I_{1}I_{2}I_{2}I_{T}I_{1}2413.7110.29 ampsSummaryThe important information in this chapter is summarized below.Basic DC Circuit Calculations SummaryEquivalent resistance is a term used to represent the total resistance acombination of loads presents to a circuit.A voltage divider is used to obtain different values of voltage from a singleenergy source.Current division is used to determine the current flowing through each leg ofa parallel circuit.Rev. 0 Page 39 ES-02