which circuit takes max. load & which circuit takes min.
load i.e. SERIES CIRCUIT OR PARALLEL CIRCUIT??
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Answer / brijesh
parallel ckt takes max. load cause magnitude of voltage is
common for all ckt. connected in parallel. Voltage is the
cause of flow of current.
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Answer / raghavendran.r
Parallel ckt takes max load as stateed above.It allows more
load to be connected where as connecting many loads in
series will cause Reduced terminal voltage at load side due
to voltage drop.
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Answer / ramesh behera
In parallel path all the magnitude of voltage are same only the sharing load are varies with the resistances so that the load are maximum
But in series case the voltage are sharing with their internal resistance value so that the voltage are dropped across resistance but the system current remains same
so this connection are not suitable for variable load application
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