If two electric fences have the same voltage how can one fence give off more of a shock then the other? Explain what must be different about the electrical settings of the circuit.
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the relation is V/R = I, so even though the voltage is the same, if the resistance is lower in one, the current will be greater which I believe will lead to a greater shock! So the answer is that the circuit must have a lower resistance so the current can be greater.
@TheLoricGarde15 thanks and do i put what you said in the beginning as my explanation?
I have no idea. I just know the answer i dont know how you should explain that. Do freely what you need to do.