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What divides the parallel circuit and the electir current?
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What is the rule for current in a parallel circuit?
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How does current and voltage behave in a parallel circuit?
Why are lights in a house connected in a parallel circuit?
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What did you find about the current at diffrent places in a parallel circuit?
Is the current in a parallel circuit the same everywhere?
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What happens to current in a parallel circuit?
The difference between a series circuit and a parallel circuit?
What is different between a series circuit and a parallel circuit?
What can you say about current in a parallel circuit?
What is a parallel electrical circuit?
A parallel electrical circuit is a circuit coming from the same place as another circuit but that runs alongside of the first circuit. This is a poor analogy, but the best I could do on the spur of the moment If two or more cars enter the freeway at the same spot and stay in the same lane they are a series circuit. If one car pulls out and runs beside the second car, they are a parallel circuit. The lanes represent different wires, and the cars represent the current traveling through the wire(s). In a series circuit the total current runs through each device, In a parallel circuit the current divides , and each part runs through a different device, or wire.
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What is the difference in a parallel circuit and a series circuit?
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What is parrallel circuit?
• In a parallel circuit, there are junctions in the circuit so the current can flow around the circuit in more than one way. • In a series circuit the current decreases as more bulbs are added. •In a parallel circuit, as more bulbs are added, the current increases. • This is because bulbs added in parallel offer less resistance