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What should should happen to current in a circuit if voltage remains the same and resistance increases?
The current is directly proportional to the voltage and inversely proportional to the resistance. This means that increasing the voltage will cause the current to increase, while increasing the resistance will cause the current to decrease.
When the voltage remains constant in a series circuit and the resistance increases the current?
This is now known as Ohm’s Law. One way Ohm’s Law can be stated is: “a current flowing through a conductor is directly proportional to the voltage, given the temperature of the conductor remains constant”. Therefore, if the resistance is kept constant, then doubling the voltage doubles the current.
What happens to the current if the voltage stays the same?
If Voltage stays the same, Amps will be inversely proportional to the Resistance. The Resistance of the component being operated will be what determines how much current (Amps) the circuit will draw. You can not force more Amps into a circuit and a component will not draw more current than it’s Resistance allows.
What happens to the current If the voltage remains constant and the resistance is cut in half?
If the resistance in a circuit remains constant while the voltage across the circuit is changed to 1/2 its original value, what happens to the current? Current is directly proportional to voltage. If you cut the voltage in half, you cut the current in half. This is an example of alternating current (AC).
What happens when voltage remains the same in a series circuit?
When energy input remains constant and voltage remains the same in a circuit but current decreases, power decreases proportionally to current. Difference between series circuits and parallel circuits?
What happens to the output power when the voltage decreases?
If the voltage decreases then the output power also changes the power is dependent over the circuit current. The impedance of the circuit plays a vital role here. If the impedance of the circuit remain constant then according to the ohm’s law the current flow through the circuit also reduced .
What happens if the impedance of a circuit remains constant?
If the impedance of the circuit remain constant then according to the ohm’s law the current flow through the circuit also reduced . Due to that the power consumption by the load decreases.
What happens when the voltage in a parallel circuit remains constant?
When the voltage supplied to a circuit remains constant and the circuit’s resistance decreases, the current drawn from the source must increase. What will occur if one of the light bulbs on a parallel circuit burns out?