Posted by **Sejul** on Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at 9:55pm.

if one resistor is removed from a parallel circuit, the total current will

1) decrease

b) increase

c) remain the same and the current flowing through each of the remaining branches ____________________.

removing one resistor makes total resistance greater. What does this imply on Ohms Law?

okay so the total current will decrease, but what about the second part?

and the current flowing through each of the remaining branches ____.

remains the same????

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