Why does the resistors when connected in parallel increase the current?They should stop the current because they are the resistors.
Asked by Raminder Singh | 16th May, 2014, 05:59: AM
When resistors are connected in parallel, the net resistance through the circuit decreases.
Decrease in resistance causes more current to flow through the circuit in accordance with Ohm's laaw I = V/R. Hence, resistors connected in parallel increase the current in the circuit.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 16th May, 2014, 09:57: AM
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