In a series circuit the load with the highest resistance will receive the highest or lowest voltage?
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Asked in Electronics Engineering
Where is the most voltage dropped In a series circuit?
In a circuit where is the voltage drop?
Is the increase in voltage causes a greater electric resistance in a circuit?
Asked in Physics
What device has the smallest current in parallel circuit?
In what part of the circuit do the electric charges releases most of their energy?
The component with the highest resistance in a series circuit will have, or "drop" the most voltage across it. All of the components in a series circuit will have the same amount of current flowing through them but not the same voltage drops if the resistances are different. More resistance more voltage across it, less resistance, less voltage across it.
What is the relationship among voltage current and resistance in a circuit?
What will happen in a circuit if the voltage does not change but the resistance in the circuit increases?
Asked in Electrical Engineering
What will have the least amount of current flow in a branch parallel circuit?
Should you increase voltage or resistance to increase flow in a circuit?
If voltage constant when the current increases what does the resistance do?
In an electric circuit, ratio of current and voltage is constant which is known as the resistance of the circuit. If voltage or current is to be changed the resistance has to be changed. You cannot keep an invariable resistance in the circuit and increase current while keeping voltage as constant.Hence to vary the voltage or current in a circuit different equipments like rheostat,potentiometer are used.