Resistor mod question

When modding a light. I want to bridge the R100 resister with an R220, but I would like to know what the value on the resistors are. I am going to purchase a standard resistor and need to get the correct value.

How do I know the correct value??

The light is a t50 clone.

TIA

R100 = 0.1 Ohm = 100 mOhm
R200 = 0.2 Ohm = 200 mOhm

How about this?

From the website, :220 = 22 × 100 (1) = 22Ω

Which one is correct??

Both are correct.

Quote from that website:

Resistances of less than 100 ohms are marked with the help of the letter 'R', 
indicating the position of the decimal point. 

3R3 = 3.3 Ohm = 3300 mOhm
R100 = 0.1 Ohm = 100 mOhm
R200 = 0.2 Ohm = 200 mOhm

Happy modding
HQ

When you bridge a resistor with another, the inverses add, because the currents add.
1 / 0.1 = 10 Mho
1 / 0.2 = 5 Mho

1 / 15 Mho = 0.07 Ohm

That should read 220=22x 10^0 (1)=22

10^0=1

Is that what you’re asking?

I guess I’ll be buying a .22 ohm resistor.

Thanks,
Paul