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Change everything for the points A,B

I need to find the equivalent thevenin resistance, everything from the points A,B is exchanged.. however after I construct the image:

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It says the answer is Rth = 100 Ohm, but I can't figure out how, would it be different if I move the points A,B between R2 and R3 and R4 and R5 respectively (the points A&B aren't given , I just have to change the rest of the circuit to a thevenin equivalent and just leave the branch where Rp is.)

I know this is a homework like question, but can someone just explain it to me how would I get to the result, or link to some useful tutorial so I can learn it on my own.

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You are nearly there so redraw taking into account: -

  • R5 is a dead short
  • R1 is in parallel with R4 and R6

It does work out at 100 ohms BTW

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