Parallel Circuits – 20


20. Four resistors of equal value are connected in parallel. If the total voltage is 15 V and the total resistance is 600 Ω, the current through each parallel resistor is ________.

(a) 25 mA
(b) 100 mA
(c) 6.25 mA
(d) 200 mA

Answer : (c)
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