#### Grossel

##### Well-Known Member

Hi.

Have a earth grounding, it is possible to measure each point as the figures show.

So what I'm looking for is a method to determine the real value for each resistance.

Since it's many years I went to school, I'm rusty. A couple of months ago I tried to set up a formula (his was for only three resistors). I tried to turn the general formula so to isolate the series resistor and hopefully get 3 formulas with 3 unknown. However when I tried to insert the formulas into each other, it grew out so much that it just get into a massive mess of nothing. Unfortunately I've thrown away the paper I wrote that onto.

Anyway - if excluding circuit simulation software, is there a smart way of calculate the resistance of each resistor based on the figures ?

Hopefully there exist a method that I can apply when having ten or more resistors in similar setup . . .

Have a earth grounding, it is possible to measure each point as the figures show.

So what I'm looking for is a method to determine the real value for each resistance.

Since it's many years I went to school, I'm rusty. A couple of months ago I tried to set up a formula (his was for only three resistors). I tried to turn the general formula so to isolate the series resistor and hopefully get 3 formulas with 3 unknown. However when I tried to insert the formulas into each other, it grew out so much that it just get into a massive mess of nothing. Unfortunately I've thrown away the paper I wrote that onto.

Anyway - if excluding circuit simulation software, is there a smart way of calculate the resistance of each resistor based on the figures ?

Hopefully there exist a method that I can apply when having ten or more resistors in similar setup . . .