Provide a 7 pages analysis while answering the following question: The Resistors and Logic Circuits. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required.  .In an electric circuit, voltage is the difference in potential energy (in terms of electric charge) between two points in the course, while current is the flow rate of charge past a point in the circuit. According to Theraja (2004), resistance is the property of a substance through which it opposes (or restricts) the flow of electricity (or electrons) through it. Electric resistance is analogous to friction in mechanics.
An electric circuit is usually a full path for current to flow from the positive power source terminal to the negative terminal. The course can be series or parallel. If there is just a single path for the current to flow, then the circuit elements are connected in series. In contrast, if there are several alternative current courses with identical voltage existing across the paths, the circuit is parallel. For calculating the equivalent resistance of a complex network of resistors and the current flowing in the various conductors, Kirchhoff’s laws are used. They are two in number.
Kirchhoff Current Law (1st Law) states that the algebraic sum of the currents meeting at a point (or junction) in an electric network adds up to zero.
Considering the network above, we have.
Incoming currents=outgoing currents
I1 + (-I2) + (-I3) + I4 + (-I5) =0
Thus at a junction. =0
This helps to calculate currents in the various conductors.
Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (2nd Law) states that the algebraic sum of the products of the currents and resistances in every conductor of a closed path (or mesh) in a network and the algebraic sum of respective e.m.fs in that path adds up to zero.
Studies have proved that provided the resistance in a circuit is constant, and the flowing current has a direct proportionality to the difference in potential across the conductor’s ends. This definition by Ohm’s Law argues that the ratio of the potential difference (V) between the conductor’s two points to the respective current (I) flow between is a constant. given the temperature of that, there is no change in a conductor.
Logic circuits are electronic circuits that make logical decisions. They are built using gates that consist of one output and one or more inputs. The output signal depends on the specific combination of information.