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    Kirchhoff's rule: Explain why lightbulbs produce more light when connected in series

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    Use second Kirchoof's rule to explain why 60-W lightbulb produces more light than one rated 100 W when they are connected in series to a 120-V source.

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    Wattage labeled on a lightbulb is determined when the lightbulb is connected to certain voltage source and ...

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    The solution explains the concept with formulas and narrative. The expert explains why light bulbs produce more light when connected in series.

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