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Matt71

  • 2 years ago

Will it affect the brightness of the lightbulb?

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    Yes. Both nodes of the bulb are at the same potential and therefore no current will flow through it. The bulb will go out.

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    awesome, thanks

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    @Matt71 current has two paths one with the bulb which has a resistance second path with no resistance so it'll take the second path and hence the bulb's won't have any current through it. And it won't glow

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