nothing follows. . .
-- The sum of the individual voltage drops across each component in a series circuitis zero.-- The magnitude of the current is the same at every point in a series circuit.(with a tip of the hat to Prof. Kirchhoff)
laws and principle governing changes of matter
In a series circuit all of the current flows through the circuit. It is the same throughout. In a parallel circuit the current is split into the various branches. Check out Kirchhoffs' laws.
Voltage is additive Resistance is additive Current is common
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A series circuit is actually in series, but a parallel circuit, is Parallel
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The laws governing chemical reactions are laws of nature that are pertinent to chemistry. Three laws governing chemical reactions are the law of conservation of mass, the law of definite composition and the law of multiple proportions.
Because the circuit is a series circuit.
This project will require a parallel circuit, not a series circuit.