It would be about 4 amps.
A resistor is a conductor, albeit one with a higher resistance than a length of wire, so current passes through it without any problem. The magnitude of the current will, of course, be somewhat lower because of the additional resistance.
2 amps. If it is D.C.
Purely additive. 2+3+4+5+6=20.
A: There is no voltage drop running through in a parallel circuit but rather the voltage drop across each branch of a parallel circuit is the same
Just add the amps (3.2 amps).
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