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Why doesn't current increases when the voltage is increased

When connecting two batteries in series the voltage is increased. For example: Connecting two 5V batteries in series will produce 10V voltage but the current will be the same. According to Ohm's Law <...
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Why the resistors needs higher Ampers if the Total current is 4 Ampers?

I have a question about the circuit as shown up. My question is if the total current is 4 Amperes, why do the resistors need a higher current? Am I missing something? If that so, what it is?
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Calculating current in a series circuit

Given the following circuit, it seems like we could use ohms law to conclude that current = voltage / resistance. With a source voltage of 3.3 and a resistance value of 220, current = 3.3 / 220 = .015 ...
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Application of Ohm's law to a single resistor and to a series circuit

For any given resistor following Ohm's law say a carbon resistor, it's resistance is independent of the value of current and voltage. However, say we had a 5 ohm resistor in a circuit with a 10V ...
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How to find the current in a complex circuit with nodal voltage sources?

This is circuit. Not sure how to get V, and find current. Any help?
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Calculated resistance of an LED [duplicate]

I am working on some circuit lab homework this week and am a bit stumped by something I just can't seem to find anywhere in my Circuit Analysis I book. The lab has me construct the following circuit ...
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Calculating sum resistance of multiple series and parallel resistors

! I know how to find resistance, current, and voltage through series/parallel circuits. The problem I'm having is figuring which part of this circuit to simplify first. What is the correct order of ...
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Ohm's Law and in-series components

I am doing some practice problems based on what I learned today in lecture. However, I am stuck on this problem: ...