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How Do You Think the Brightness of Two Lamps Arranged in Parallel Compares with the Brightness of Two Lamps Arranged in Series (Both Arrangements Having One Cell)? - Science

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How do you think the brightness of two lamps arranged in parallel compares with the brightness of two lamps arranged in series (both arrangements having one cell)?

Solution

The brightness of two lamps arranged in parallel will be more compared with the brightness of two lamps arranged in series because a parallel circuit offers less resistance.

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Solution How Do You Think the Brightness of Two Lamps Arranged in Parallel Compares with the Brightness of Two Lamps Arranged in Series (Both Arrangements Having One Cell)? Concept: Electric Current and Circuit.
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