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At 05:29 PM 1/8/01 -0000, you wrote:
>>So is 100 = 10 ohms or 100 ohms? Most helpful - if please
>>explain logic involved in this decision. Thank you.
>
>It is the same as the colour banding. The last digit on the 3 digit series is a
>power of 10, i.e. 100 is 10*10^0 or 10*1
>
>for 101 it is 10*10^1 or 10*10  which is 100
>for 102 it is 10*10^2 or 10*100 which is 1000
>

Regarding my specific question, this means 100 = 10 ohms?

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