why the voltage difference is same for the resistors in a parallel combination?
Asked by ca_vipin | 23rd Apr, 2011, 12:00: AM
When we connect three or more resistors in parallel, the combination has two end points let it be P and N. Thus, each resistors is joined to P and other end to N. Thus, the potential difference or voltage difference across any resistor is the same.
Answered by | 23rd Apr, 2011, 01:26: AM
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