Seeing nobody made any comments on this one I thought I would throw in a little bit more about using resnets in place of discrete resistors. I wrote a little program that spits out the values from all practical combinations not counting any spare elements left over. I chose values in the hundreds just to give an idea of the range of values obtainable. Did I leave any combinations out? Did I make any mistakes?

Here are a few common values with uncommon results:

(2S+2P means 2 in series plus in series with 2 in parallel)

Code:

4 ELEMENT RESNET COMBINATIONS
RESNET 100
4P 25
3P 33
2P 50
1S 100
2S 200
3S 300
4S 400
1S+2P 150
1S+3P 133
2S+2P 250
RESNET 220
4P 55
3P 73
2P 110
1S 220
2S 440
3S 660
4S 880
1S+2P 330
1S+3P 293
2S+2P 550
RESNET 240
4P 60
3P 80
2P 120
1S 240
2S 480
3S 720
4S 960
1S+2P 360
1S+3P 320
2S+2P 600
RESNET 330
4P 82
3P 110
2P 165
1S 330
2S 660
3S 990
4S 1320
1S+2P 495
1S+3P 440
2S+2P 825
RESNET 470
4P 117
3P 156
2P 235
1S 470
2S 940
3S 1410
4S 1880
1S+2P 705
1S+3P 626
2S+2P 1175
RESNET 560
4P 140
3P 186
2P 280
1S 560
2S 1120
3S 1680
4S 2240
1S+2P 840
1S+3P 746
2S+2P 1400
RESNET 680
4P 170
3P 226
2P 340
1S 680
2S 1360
3S 2040
4S 2720
1S+2P 1020
1S+3P 906
2S+2P 1700

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