Q: Which resistor is the better insulator 24 or 6?

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No. 6*60 = 360 but the question is greater by 6*4 = 24. So a better estimate is 380.

LCD(24, 6) = 24.

6% of 24 ounces= 6% * 24= 0.06 * 24= 1.44 ounces

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-6 = 5t+24 -5t = 24+6 -5t = 30 t = -6

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You need to drop 6 volts across the resistor. -- The resistor you need is 6/(the current in amps that your 6vdc device uses to operate) ohms. Example: If the device uses 1/2 Amp when it's running, then you need a 6/0.5 = 12-ohm resistor. -- And the power-dissipation rating of the resistor has to be at least 36/resistance watts. Example: For the 12-ohm resistor in the last example, it needs to be a (3-watt or more) resistor.

(1/6) ohm-1

I can do better than that.I don't even need the '2'.4 x 6 = 24.yay!

To drop a 12 volt source to 6 volts with a resistor, you have to drop 6 volts. The value of the resistor you need would be 6 divided by the current the device pulls in amps. For example, if the device pulls a half an amp the resistor has to be 6/0.5 or 12 ohms. As this device runs on 6 volts and draws 1/2 amp, it's wattage is 3 watts (volts x Amps). Common practice is to double this, or the resistor will probably get too hot and may open. I'd use a 10 watt to resistor to maintain a good margin for safety, and they're readily available. Use a 12 ohm, 10 watt resistor.

a ballast resistor drops voltage. In chrysler products it drops to six (6) volts.

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24

P-O-V- - 1988 Better This World 24-10 was released on: USA: 6 September 2011

24 watts.The more watts, the clearer and more powerful the system.

The LCM of 24 and 6 is 24

No. 6*60 = 360 but the question is greater by 6*4 = 24. So a better estimate is 380.

6+6+6+6=24 4+4+4+4+4+4=24 6+6+4+4+4=24 6+6+6+4+1=24