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I had an experiment on Ohm's law using simple circuit however the result of current flow in the experiment and in theory are very different. Can you please explain why this happen?

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  • Physics -

    1. Check calculations and have another person check it also.

    2. Check Power supply voltage.

    3. Remove all resistors from circuit and
    check them individually.

    4. Make sure circuit is wired correctly.

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