in a series combination, the current does not change. a number of resisitors resist the current flowing and hence the current should keep on decreasing. but this does not happen. Why so?

Asked by Medha Rai | 9th Jun, 2011, 09:02: PM

Expert Answer:

In series, two or more resistors are connected in such a way that the same current flows in one path through all resistors when some potential is applied across the combination.
the net current = V / Rs ; here Rs = sum of all the resistances connected in series.

Answered by  | 13th Jun, 2011, 11:15: AM

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