Why voltage is equal in parallel and current is equal in series?
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Asked by Harbans Singh | 17th Aug, 2015, 11:08: AM
In a series circuit, there is only one branch through which charges have to flow.
Hence, the current is same in series. Voltage gets divided across individual components so it is not equal.
In parallel, the charges have to flow through different branches, and so current is different.
The current gets divided in such a way that the Ohm's law is obeyed and hence, voltage remains same.
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Answered by Romal Bhansali | 17th Aug, 2015, 06:56: PM
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