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why does current slow down in a series than when in a parallel?

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asked by Bee
  1. It does not slow down. Current travels at the same velocity.

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    posted by bobpursley
  2. why is it lower?


    i have had conflicting views on it.

    1) it stays the same because current is always the same

    or

    2) it is lower b/c there is a direct relationship btw current and voltage and in a parallel circuit, the voltage is higher so so must be the current

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    posted by Bee

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