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In a series circuit if one light bulb goes OUT; then they ALL go out. TRUE OR FALSE?
What is the rule for current in a series circuit
It splits up
It's the same everywhere
Whats the rule for voltage in a series circuit
Voltage across all components adds up to the supply
Voltage across everything is the same
Voltage rule for parallel circuits
Voltage across every branch is the same as supply
Voltage across every component is the same
Voltage splits up
Current rule for parallel circuits
Current is same everywhere
Current splits up into branches and adds up to supply current
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