Two electrical circuits have the same 15-volt batteries. Circuit A has 2 ohms of resistance, and circuit B has 6 ohms of resistance. Which of the following statements is correct?
• Circuit B has the same amount of current as circuit A.
• Circuit B has more current than circuit A, as it has less resistance.
• Circuit B has less current than circuit A, as it has more resistance.
• Circuit B has less current than circuit A, as it has less resistance.
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