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In the circuit shown below, R_{1,} R_{2,} and
R_{3} are three resistors of different values,
R_{1} is greater than R_{2} and R_{2} is
greater than R_{3}. ℰ is the electromotive force
of the battery whose internal resistance is negligible. Which of
the three resistors has the greatest current flowing through it?
Explain. Show your work

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