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## Homework Statement

This is not a homework problem, but related to my circuits class.

In the typical electrical engineering simplification, the resistance of wires in the circuit is taken to be 0 Ω. Also, the potential difference between two points along the same wire is 0 Volts.

Does this mean that current through wires is undefined? Would engineers consider the current zero or infinite?

## Homework Equations

voltage = current * resistance

## The Attempt at a Solution

Maybe Ohm's Law does not apply here, and there is another way of looking at the situation.