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If we had a parallel circuit with a voltage of V between the beginning and end, and the circuit has a resistance R, then the current given by ohms law is I = V/R.
What does this mean? The current is not the same throughout the whole circuit. Where is the current equal to this value?
What does this mean? The current is not the same throughout the whole circuit. Where is the current equal to this value?