Wed September 26, 2012 By:

Few bulbs are connected in a series and a particular amount of current is allowed to pass through it..Now if one of the bulb burns out,then the other bulbs stops glowing....why does it happened...?

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Wed September 26, 2012
It happens because if the bulbs are connected in series then same current flows through them. The fuse bulb will create a short circuit in the arrangement due to which current will not pass through other bulbs.
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