LED strip has resistors built in. LED strip runs on 0.5-2A. LED Strip needs 5v, has one pin for that, one for red, one for green, and one for blue. I will be using a total of 4.8 volts. Using ohms law, with the minimum current as the current in the equation, I'll need a resistance of 9.6 ohms (let me know if I did it wrong, or if If I should do it another way). The potentiometers will be 500 ohms each, with 3 resistors of 3.3 ohms wired in series, then connected to the wiper and a terminal for a resistance of 9.71 ohms. The batteries (rechargeable), once again, are in total 4.8 volts (4 1.2v) and AA https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FDuracell-NiMH-rechargeable-blister-2500mAh%2Fdp%2FB000UL5GFI&psig=AOvVaw1YYgysQ11CnRbC6yDumiS3&ust=1587928578552000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CA0QjhxqFwoTCJD57omlhOkCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAD. The button will be an LED latching button. Let me know if I'm missing any info.
This question and diagram is identical to this question asked two months ago. The assumptions were wrong in a number of areas then and were addressed by people. Starting again is wasting everyone's time. What relationship has this got to the other question?
IF you need 9.6 Ohms then this is wrong as the MOST you can get per cct is 3.3 Ohms.
Using a 500 Ohm por to get adjustments of 1 to 10 Ohms puts the wiper near one end. Resolution is terrible and odds are the pot will be dissipating more than its designed for.
Failing to account for LED Vf for each colour type makes the solution rubbish.
What sort of batteries make 1.2V in your opinion? (NimH, Alkaline, ...?)