- Created by: harry newall
- Created on: 05-06-09 11:25
- Components connected in a line
- If a component is taken away the circuit brakes
- Voltage (P.D) is shared between the components so voltages add up to equal source voltage
- Current is the same everywhere around the circuit
- For resistence the total amount of resistence is the sum of all the resistors
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- Removing a component hardly effects the circuit so these circuits are used at home.
- The voltage across the branches are all the same so components will all have the same voltage.
- The current is shared around the circuit and adds up to the total amount of current being supplied.
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