# Electricity

What will be the resultant emf if 2 ideal batteries are connected in parallel ?

Note by Anmol Agarwal
5 years ago

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if ideal betteries conected in parellel emf of both bettries remain constant may b

- 4 years, 11 months ago

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But according to its formula for parallel connection ratio of their emf and internal resistance are added and for ideal battery internal resistance is zero then its resultant should tends to infinity

- 5 years ago

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if the emf is 'E' then resultant emf would be 'E' only and it would have been '2E" when connected in series.

- 5 years ago

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