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How does the electricity “know” the ratio of the resistance in a voltage divider?
You guys didn't like my model, y get it :). I meant a 1k, then an escape line in a junction, then 2k like this: --¦~~ (where - is 1k, ~ is 2k and ¦ is perpendicular to those). Water enters - with a certain pressure, some of it escapes through ¦ and some through ~. clabacchio's concern is very valid, though... in my model there's less pressure at the end of 2k than there was at the other end of 1k, which is not how it works.
|How does the electricity “know” the ratio of the resistance in a voltage divider?|