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Another way of looking at this question is by considering what limits the total parallel resistance.  It is always the lowest resistance in the combination, i.e. 1 ohm in parallel with 1,000,000 ohms will still be around 1 ohm in resistance.  So for a loop of wire, or a combination of any number of equal resistances in a loop, the largest resistance between any two points will be at opposite ends without fail.

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09. August 2012 by Sam
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