Sir I want to ask that when we do connectionwhy we connect positive of battery to positive of resistor then negetive of resistor to positive of other appliance and then to battery . Can't we change the signs of connection . Why we always follow same pattern. Thanks -I hope you got my question
Asked by Ikshit | 27th Aug, 2016, 10:23: AM
A resistor does not have any polarity of its own. Any side of the resistor can be connected to the battery. What you see in the circuit diagrams is that due to connection of positive terminal, that end of the resistor becomes positive automatically.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 27th Aug, 2016, 05:30: PM
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