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## Does a series circuit have 1 path?

The electric current in a series circuit goes through every component in the circuit. Therefore, all of the components in a series connection carry the same current. A series circuit has only one path in which its current can flow.

**What is a circuit with one pathway?**

A circuit with only one path for electrons is a series circuit.

**Does parallel circuits have only one path?**

Parallel circuits have MORE than one path for current flow.

### Can a series circuit only have one load?

In a series circuit, the electrical current is only able to flow around a single path. If one of the loads on a series circuit stops working, the current will not be able to flow through the rest of the circuit, and the rest of the loads will also stop working.

**Why is there only one path in a series circuit?**

They serve only to identify one resistor from another.) The defining characteristic of a series circuit is that there is only one path for electrons to flow. In this circuit the electrons flow in a counter-clockwise direction, from point 4 to point 3 to point 2 to point 1 and back around to 4.

**Which circuit has separate pathways for electricity?**

parallel circuit

In a parallel circuit the different parts of the electric circuit are on several different branches. There are several different paths that electrons can flow. If there is a break in one branch of the circuit electrons can still flow in other branches (see image of parallel circuit).

#### What circuit has more than one path?

A parallel circuit has more than one path for current flow. The number of current paths is determined by the number of load resistors connected in parallel. Total current in a parallel circuit is the sum of the individual branch currents.

**When a circuit has only one path What is the same at any point?**

There is only one path, so the current flow will be the same at any point in the circuit. The total resistance in a series circuit will be equal to the sum of each individual resistance in the circuit. The more loads placed in the circuit, the more resistance.

**What’s the difference between series and parallel?**

In a series circuit, the same amount of current flows through all the components placed in it. On the other hand, in parallel circuits, the components are placed in parallel with each other due to which the circuit splits the current flow.

## Which type of circuit has only one way for electricity to flow?

series

A “series” circuit has only one path for the electricity to follow. A “parallel” circuit has two or more paths for the electricity.

**When a circuit has only one path the is the same at any point?**

**How many pathways are in a series circuit?**

In a series circuit, there is only one pathway. In a parallel circuit, there are more than one pathways. resistor? The sum of the voltage of the two resistors equals to the total voltage supplied by the battery.