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#128111 06/09/02 01:28 PM
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Why will more light be produced if two lamps are wired in parallel. Can this be explain with the laws for parallel circuits?-erik

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#128112 06/09/02 09:01 PM
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Parallel combination of resistances results in lower net resistance than if they were in series. More current and equal voltage for both lamps when wired parallel vs series.


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