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          Why does a current always choose to go to the resistance which is lower?

          Time:2019-03-21 14:14:50 Click:

          As a matter of fact, the current tends to flow from high voltage to low voltage; The only difference is that the current turns higher when the resistance is lower.

           

          I guess, this is the phenomenon you observe in the circuit.

           

           


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