I'm trying to understand how does a resistor in a circuit affect the current...like this is what i'm getting...when the resistance of a circuit increases, the current passing through it decreases? And its the same for the opposite; as the resistance decreases, there is more current passing through it...Is this right? Like I can't really picture why exactly this happens. Like i though that the particles don't lose charge as they pass through the resistor, just potential energy, but how does it affect current...??
Maybe the current does not change?
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