I was performing an experiment in which there were five resistances connected in series and then I connected a bulb with each of the resistance. Each bulb was connected in parallel to each resistance and I observed that The bulb with the highest resistance lit brightest.
All the bulbs had the same resistance of 10 ohms and as it was a series circuit definitely there was same current passing through every point on the circuit.
But the current through the largest resistance or the highest resistance was quite ‘Low‘ and at the same time the current passing through the bulb that was connected with the highest resistance was ‘Hi’ so I just thought that it might be because that resistance was high and the resistance of the bulb was low so the current found the easiest path and just passed through there.
But there must be a reason according to some formula that proves this phenomenon.