# ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE

### Features of Electrical Resistance Software:

The Electrical Resistance - Basic Electric Circuits - is a physics software, which demonstrates the flow of electrons through different standard electrical circuits. The supported electric circuits are as follows

• Simple Resistance circuit

• Series circuit

• Parallel circuit

• Series-cum-Parallel circuit

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### How to start with Electrical Resistance - Basic Electric Circuits software ?

• Open Genius Maker software and click "Electrical Resistance" button. It opens the Electrical Resistance window.
• On opening you will see that the Simple Resistance circuit is selected by default. You may see the flow of electrons across the circuit.

Simple electric circuit

• Just try changing the resistance, R1 by moving the resistance slider. You will see the change in flow of electrons and current accordingly.
• Similarly try changing the supply voltage by moving the voltage slider.  You will see the change in flow of electrons and current accordingly.
• Try changing the value of voltage to the negative side to see the reversal of current flow.

Series circuit

• Click "Series circuit" from "Select a circuit" window.
• Just try changing either resistance, R1 or R2 by moving the resistance sliders. You will see the change in flow of electrons and current accordingly.
• You may observe how the change in either of the resistance changes the whole circuit.

Parallel circuit

• Click "Parallel circuit" from "Select a circuit" window.
• Just try changing either resistance, R1 or R2 by moving the resistance sliders. You will see the change in flow of electrons and current accordingly.
• You may observe how the change in either of the resistance changes the whole circuit.

Series-cum-Parallel circuit

• Click "Series-cum-Parallel circuit" from "Select a circuit" window.
• Just try changing either of the three resistances, R1 or R2 or R3 by moving the resistance sliders. You will see the change in flow of electrons and current accordingly.
• You may observe how the change in either of the resistance changes the whole circuit. You may note the very high sensitivity of resistance R3, because it is connected in series.