In a series connection,we have studied in theory that the current is same and constant which is passing through them.My question is that dont the resistors utilise some current of the circuit and so it may lessen the amount of current passing through the other resistors???????
second principle of series circuits: the total resistance of any series circuit is equal to the sum of the individual resistances. This should make intuitive sense: the more resistors in series that the electrons must flow through, the more difficult it will be for those electrons to flow. In the example problem, we had a 3 k?, 10 k?, and 5 k? resistor in series, giving us a total resistance of 18 k?: