Two light bulbs, one 60 watt bulb (higher resistance) and one 100 watt bulb (lower resistance) are placed in series. A current is run through them. Which bulb glows brighter? The answer detailed that: The bulb with more resistance would draw more current, thus get more voltage, so the 60 watt bulb glows brighter, has more power. I thought all resistors in series had the same current...so how is it possible to draw more current (especially with more resistance)? HELP! THANKS!