As per Ohm’s law, current that flows along conductors should be proportional to voltage range. However, there are certain limitations to this law.

- This is not suitable for unilateral surfaces
- This does not hold for non-linear format

In case of a series circuit there is a set of parallel circuits that also provide a moment of direct application rate. To deal with these things, the electric circuits have certain fundamental points that should be followed.

Also in case there are multiple loops and set a are present, a segmentation is possible and to get the actual value this is the mode followed.

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