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Why is current constant for resistors connected in series and voltage constant for resistors connected in parallel?

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#current is constant for a series resistors since according to Kirchoff's current rule ,current entering a branch should leave the branch ,therefore current through each resistors in series is constant # Now the voltage across parallel resistors are same because the potential difference between any two points remains same no matter which branch it takes

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