Electronics - Parallel Circuits - Discussion


The voltage across any branch of a parallel circuit:

[A]. varies as the total current varies
[B]. is inversely proportional to total circuit resistance
[C]. is equally applied to all branch conductances
[D]. is dropped in proportion to each branch resistance

Answer: Option C


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Sunil Bharti said: (Jun 4, 2011)  
The voltage across series branch is addition of all Voltages & in parallel circuit is same, i.e. applied voltage.

from V=IR
(1) V=V1+V2=V3..... in series Ckt
(2) I=I1+I2+I3......in parallel Ckt

Sarvesh Goswami said: (Aug 21, 2011)  
Voltage across parallel circuit are always same i.e. equally distributed.

Pavithra said: (Jan 3, 2012)  
Voltage will be always same in shunt circuits.

Arjun Bhati said: (Jan 11, 2012)  
In parallel branches of a circuit is always same because they are connected to same potential.

Anonymous said: (Jan 11, 2013)  
Voltage across parallel circuit are always same.

Dnyaneshwar said: (Mar 25, 2013)  
Voltage across shunt circuit is always equal because all nodes are connected to same potential.

Israr said: (Jun 28, 2014)  
Voltage across each resistor will be same in case of Parallel combination.

Mansoor Ahmad said: (Nov 2, 2014)  
In parallel combination the v/g always same.

Anil Kumar S said: (May 10, 2015)  
Can you tell in series circuit what happen?

B.Ramya said: (Apr 8, 2017)  
In series circuit, at a constant pressure, resistence the current will flow. The same current will flow in a series connection, means the current will not change.

Jeevan said: (Aug 9, 2017)  
Very good explanation @Sunil Bharti.

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