A noob level question and I am afraid of electric current since childhood shock.
So a wire goes into wall socket, 200v input. If I hold a resistor of 32 Kilo-Ohm and touch wire with it's other hand and at another place with my other hand, something like:
Wire end 1 ---- resistor --- my hand 1 -- body -- my hand 2 --- wire end 2.
Could I die? (I meant I calculated current, I = V/R, it's low. But am I making newb-mistake?)
What about parallel? (I do not know concept here.)
Guys, I am afraid of electric current. I have now started to look at electrical and electronics concepts to get over this fear. Relax, all I am trying to do is to find definitive answers which books do not provide (and not electrocute myself or someone else).
Regarding color combination.
It's not a real resistor. I picked up high enough value 32 K-Ohm, because 220/R is 0.006875A, read that it's low to kill a human and I wanted to keep the tolerance low thus 1%; did that in gResistor in ubuntu.
I will read up on what you guys have mentioned in the answers and get back with on topic but better questions.
Problem I find with books is that they tell how to calculate and what to calculate, but do not relate to real life scenarios.