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Question: A series circuit has a 6 volt power source, and three 15 ohm resistors. What is the current?

We can find out the current using ohm’s law, which states that current (I) is equivalent to voltage (V) divided by resistance (R). In a series circuit, by definition, all resistors are set up in a chain, therefore, the total resistance is given by the sum of all the resistors. Here we have three 15 ohm resistors, so the total resistance would be 3*15 = 45 ohms. With a 6 volt power source, applying Ohm's law: I = V/R = 6V/45Ω = 0.133 Amps (rounded to three decimal places). So the current that is flowing in the circuit is approximately 0.133 Amps.

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