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harsha2591

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1) If resistor is a current limiting element, current following the first resistor should reduce its value (from 3mA to some other) before entering the another resistor right??

2) If current reduces, then conservation of charges is violated right?

3) As per ohm's law, V=IR. In the above circuit, voltage gets dropped (3V)across the first resistor. Ohm's law implies voltage varies linearly with current if resistance is constant. So this would mean drop in voltage across resistor should limit currewnt from 3mA to some other value right?

if resistor is not a current limiter, then how does a resistor in screwdriver tester limits huge current to flow through our body?

Thanks in advance