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What are the color codes on a resistor?

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Blak

Brown

Red

Orange

Yellow

Green

Blue

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Grey

White

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Resistor color codes are 0=black,1=brown,2=red,3=orange ,4=yellow, 5=green,6=blue,7=violet,8=grey,9=white

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black   yellow   gold    red     green     blue
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