why the magnitude of current after passing through the resistor the same as before it has passed through the resistor?

Asked by yogita choudhary | 29th May, 2012, 10:45: AM

Expert Answer:

It is not something which would eat away currrent, it would rather limit the flow of electrons, reducing the intensty of flow of electrons, the Resistor is used in a circuit to oppose an electric current by producing a voltage drop between its terminals in proportion to the current.

It works accordingly to the ohms law.

Answered by  | 29th May, 2012, 01:01: PM

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