# Electronics - Parallel Circuits - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Parallel Circuits - General Questions (Q.No. 22)
22.
In a parallel resistive circuit:
there is more than one current path between two points
the voltage applied divides between the branches
the total branch power exceeds the source power
the total circuit conductance is less than the smallest branch conductance
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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John said:   2 years ago
I think the answer is D. Between two points, there could be no components in parallel that would ensure current path is more than one.

Bilal Niazi said:   5 years ago
I think answer D is correct.

Arham said:   8 years ago
How can there be "more than one current path between two points"?

Explain it.

Kiran said:   9 years ago
In parallel circuit voltage is same. So answer is D.

Mahanthesh aadi said:   10 years ago
Option D also right, in parallel circuit total conductance is less than the smallest branch conductance. Right?

Ahi said:   1 decade ago
In parallel circuit voltage is same, so ther must be changes occur in current only i.e more than one current.

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