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A. Batteries connected in series
B. Batteries connected in parallel
C. Resistors connected in series
D. Resistors connected in parallel

This question is part of Electricity and Ohms Law
Asked by Vanrhoads, Last updated: Dec 02, 2019

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Answered on Dec 02, 2019

The correct answer to this question is D, Resistors connected in parallel. Resistors are in parallel when the terminals are connected to the terminal of other resistors.

Parallel resistors take on more than one path. This is because there are multiple paths for each current. In a parallel circuit, the resistors R1, r2, and R3 are all connected.

On all of their terminals, resistors in parallel share the same voltage. Resistors, in parallel, have many unique characteristics. One is that all resistors must add up to i. Another is that voltage, abbreviated v, shows up on all of the resistors.

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CHRISTINE BROWN

CHRISTINE BROWN

Answered on Oct 03, 2017

Where is the picture doesnt see no picture and the answer

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Feb 09, 2017

Resistors connected in parallel
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