Electronics - Parallel Circuits - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Parallel Circuits - General Questions (Q.No. 24)
Kirchhoff's current law for parallel circuits states that the:
sum of all branch voltages equals zero
total circuit resistance is less than the smallest branch resistor
sum of currents into a junction is equal to the difference of all the branch currents
sum of the total currents flowing out of a junction equals the sum of the total currents flowing into that junction
Answer: Option
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Aman said:   5 years ago
But, numerically 2 option is also right.

As if we have, 5ohm, 10ohm and 15ohm resistance in parallel.
The net R= 2.5ohm which is smaller than the smallest resistance 5ohm in the circuit.

M.Muthuselvi said:   1 decade ago
KCL denotes that Sum of incoming current is equal to sum of outgoing current. In a parallel circuit all branch voltages are equal.

Soundar said:   1 decade ago
Any one can explain?

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