So, I was studying about electricity and I came to the topic of connecting resistors(or resistances) in series or parallel... So the definition of resistors in series said that: Resistors are said to be connected in parallel if they are joined end to end and the same current flows through each resistor when a potential difference is applied across the combination. So if the definition of the resistance is obstruction to the flow of the electrons when during electron drift collide with the atoms. How can the strength of current remain same when the first resistor only, reduce it. There was a similar thread regarding this query, but I didn't understand it. So I am posting this question.