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It is a parallel circuit because it has Lots of circuit.
The circuit with less resistance will always draw the most current.
That's called a parallel circuit. That's called a parallel circuit. That's called a parallel circuit. That's called a parallel circuit.
A circuit with more than one path for current to flow in is called a parallel circuit.
In a series circuit all the components are connected in series, which means that the same current has to flow through all of them. In a parallel circuit with all the componen…ts in parallel, the same voltage is across each of them. Some circuits can be a mixture of series and parallel.
This looks like a question from a student's coursework. It is impossible to answer without seeing a circuit diagram. The actual diagram is needed to show which components ar…e in parallel and which are in series. If you want someone else to do your homework for you, you will either have to find out how to attach a Related Link to this question, going to a separate web page which shows the diagram, or - much better - read your course materials and answer this question all by yourself. Doing the work yourself is the only way to really learn this technical stuff!
Is a parallel circuit whit 2 or more wires
A circuit in which there is only one current path available is a series circuit.
a series circuit
A parallel circuit.
Why does electrical current flow along a single path in a series circuit and more than one path in a parallel circuit?
Because there is only a single path in series circuit and many paths in parallel circuit.
That's a 'parallel' circuit.