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The Lamps in a House Hold Circuit Are Connected in Parallel Because: (A) this Way They Required Less Current (B) If One Lamp Fails the Others Remain Lit (C) this Way They Require Less Power (D) If One Lamp Fails the Other Also Fail - CBSE Class 10 - Science

Question

The lamps in a house hold circuit are connected in parallel because:

(a) this way they required less current
(b) if one lamp fails the others remain lit
(c) this way they require less power
(d) if one lamp fails the other also fail

Solution

(b) If one lamp fails, the others remain lit.
This is so because in a parallel circuit, if one device fails, it does not affect the working of the other devices.

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Solution The Lamps in a House Hold Circuit Are Connected in Parallel Because: (A) this Way They Required Less Current (B) If One Lamp Fails the Others Remain Lit (C) this Way They Require Less Power (D) If One Lamp Fails the Other Also Fail Concept: Electric Current and Circuit.
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