How i can simplify this electric circuit?
The schematic is something looking like two voltage sources connected in parallel.
Two identical voltage source with internal resistance, I theory we can consider every identical voltage source will have same internal resistance. but its not.. it will vary.
With my understanding it is an voltage sources in parallel configuration with their internal resistance.
Resistors are in series. Both end nodes of the resistors have a potential of E volts, therefore, the potential across both resistors are 0V. This results in zero amps current.
Both batteries have slightly different voltage source value with its own internal resistances. This will incur a different voltage potential at both end notes, resulting in a potential difference across both resistors. This will cause a low amount of current to conduct through the resistors.
The two resistors are in series (so they add), and the two voltage sources are back to back (so they minus [voltage drop]). The corresponding circuit would be like so:
The battery is at 0 V because the E Volt batteries are back to back, cancelling out the voltages as they are the same potential.