# Short Circuit Current [duplicate]

Theoretically, shouldn't there be no current flowing through a short circuit?

Across the short circuit, the voltage is 0, and the resistance is ideally 0 as well.

So how does it make sense for any current to pass through?

• $I=\frac VR = \frac 00$, which is an indeterminate form; It can be anything. – Sahand Tabatabaei Feb 15 '18 at 4:08
• – The Photon Feb 15 '18 at 4:27
• And Current when resistance is 0. Especially read Alfred's answer to this one. – The Photon Feb 15 '18 at 4:32