Which circuit diagram shows a parallel circuit in which the lights (resistors) will not light?

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Which circuit diagram shows a parallel circuit in which the lights (resistors) will not light?

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A. B. C. D.
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i'm really thinking C or D @pooja195
there in order
I think it is B
hmmm
In D the circuit is closed soo the lights will be lightened
do you still think its D @Elsa213
i will go with be if you really think thats what it is go threw it agine and check
Why I choose B was it is opened and there is no way that current could pass the resistors!
ok i will go with B then
Your choice. Not saying that I am right.
I'm still learning current so better go for an answer by a more experienced person
The answer is clearly C, your question asks for a diagram in which resistors connected in parallel will not be lit(how can resistors be lit anyway??), anyways in option C all the resistors are in parallel and the circuit is open, due to which current will not flow through them
ah I think I missed the word parallel yeah if it is so then it should be C
Thank you @Nishant_Garg
@speartonion the answer is C not B sorry if I miss lead u !

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