I am working on an electrical project and I need some advice on resistors and batteries. I have little electrical engineering education, I learned a little bit about circuits in high school a few years ago. The LED lights I’m going to be using are 3.0-3.2V, 20mA current, and 0.06 wattage. My plan is to use 8 AA batteries to power 88 of these LED lights. I am wondering what resistor I am going to need. If you have any better suggestions for the circuit I am all ears. Also, how would I make it so the lights blink. I’m pretty sure I need a transistor and a capacitor but I’m not entirely sure how to get it all working.
Edit: So I decided to switch to C batteries as they have a much higher mAh (8,000) so I think battery life will be fine now. I found a holder that can support 4 batteries so the new voltage will be 6V. What resistor/other components do I need?
Edit: So would I need to put every LED on it's own resistor with a parallel circuit or even every 2 LEDs?