# What is Shangri-La Far Cry 4?

## What is Shangri-La Far Cry 4?

Shangri-La is a mythological location in Far Cry 4. This is considered to be the place where goddess Kyra attained Nirvana. Shangri-La is accessed first by the player during a mission for Yogi & Reggie.

## How do you beat the last Shangri-La in Far Cry 4?

Your task is to defeat the flying demon. You can use your bow and your tiger – keep the bow for Rakshasa and use the tiger to eliminate other dangers. When shooting at Rakshasa, always use the aiming mode, which will slow down the time and will allow you to perform a better shot.

**How do I kill rakshasa?**

Shoot the mouth when you see it open, doing this three times to send the creature to the ground. Send the tiger after it to pry its mouth open and shoot an arrow to finish each of the three rounds. Do this three times and the Rakshasa will fall to the ground, which is your cue to now send the tiger after it.

**How do you fly in Shangri-La Far Cry 4?**

At the beginning of the mission, go forward until you see some red leaves blowing straight up. These will launch you into the air and make you fly as if you had the Wingsuit from the main game.

### How do you control the tiger in Far Cry 4?

You can simply aim at one of demons and press the secondary weapon button to send the tiger after that demon. As with controlling Ajay, you can tag enemies with your “camera” and the tiger will also disappear whenever an enemy’s around.

### Do LEDS have resistance?

An LED (Light Emitting Diode) emits light when an electric current passes through it. The simplest circuit to power an LED is a voltage source with a resistor and an LED in series. Such a resistor is often called a ballast resistor. If the voltage source is equal to the voltage drop of the LED, no resistor is required.

**What is current formula?**

Current is usually denoted by the symbol I. Ohm’s law relates the current flowing through a conductor to the voltage V and resistance R; that is, V = IR. An alternative statement of Ohm’s law is I = V/R.

**What is the formula of effective resistance?**

For a circuit with resistances R1 and R2 in series or in parallel as in Figure 2, the effective resistance can be calculated by using the following rules. Rab = R1 + R2. Proof. Let Iab be the current from a to b.

## What is the difference between resistance and effective resistance?

see, the equivalent resistance is the resistance offered by the circuit as seen from 2 terminals. it is also called the total resistance. the term ‘effective’ is usually used in AC circuit analysis. the resistance that dissipates or handles the active or effective power in a AC circuit is the effective resistance.

## What is effective resistance between A and B?

therefore the effective resistance between A and B is 10Ω

**What is the effective resistance?**

However, if you had a huge and complicated circuit with many resistors, then the effective resistance is the total resistance of the circuit. Effective resistance is usually measured between 2 points. In the figure above, the effective resistance is generally defined as the total resistance across the battery.

**What is difference between series and parallel circuit?**

In a parallel circuit, the voltage across each of the components is the same, and the total current is the sum of the currents flowing through each component. In a series circuit, every device must function for the circuit to be complete. If one bulb burns out in a series circuit, the entire circuit is broken.

### Why is current same in series?

The amount of current in a series circuit is the same through any component in the circuit. This is because there is only one path for current flow in a series circuit.