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    Why doesn't increasing the number of cells increase the current in a series circuit? It seems quite confusing to me? :confused::confused:
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    It does increase the current. Provided resistance is constant.
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    (Original post by park1996)
    Why doesn't increasing the number of cells increase the current in a series circuit? It seems quite confusing to me? :confused::confused:
    You need to be more specific and show us the circuit.
    Where does it say it doesn't increase the current?
    It depends on the circuit and how you connect the cells.
 
 
 
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