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# Explain current and circuits with resistors connected in series and in parallel. Also give examples. PLEASE...

Explain current and circuits with resistors connected in series and in parallel. Also give examples. PLEASE DON'T WRITE IT BY HAND

When resistors connected in series with voltage V then current will be equal through all Resistance . Voltage across them will not which will be. V=IR1 across R1. Similarly others. Current

Which is

I= V/(R1+R2+R3+.......)

Let two Resistance connected in series

R= R1+R2 = 20 ohm

V=10 V

Then I= 10/20

I =0.5 A

When Resistors are connected in parallel with Voltage V

Then potential across resistors will be equal. Current will be different.

I1=V÷R1

I2=V÷R2

........

Total current in parallel circuit

I=I1+I2+.....=V÷R

R=R1×R2..../R1+R2......

For example V=10 V R1=10 ohm R2= 10ohm

I1= V/R1 =10/10 = 1A

I2 =V/R2 =10/10 =1A

Total current using equation ...1

I=1+1 =2

= 10÷(10×10/10+10)

I=2A.

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