This is not a homework problem. I posted this specific question as it would be easy for me to explain. If a current flows through the wire it encounters a short circuit 1 and after travelling through the short circuit 1, it again enters the main wire. Then it once again encounters a short circuit 2. So does the current enter the short circuit 2 or it just move on to the end. If it goes to the short circuit 2 it will be travelling in a backward direction. Is it possible and if it is, will it not be stuck in a loop forever as once again it would once again encounter short circuit 1 and go backwards once again and then the cycle would repeat. Just explain the concept. No need for answer. By the way it is 37.5 ohms
If you don't assume that it doesnt go through the resistors in between then answer doesnt come
I guess whole current doesn't go through a single branch after going through short circuit 1. If I'm correct then how will it be distributed?Applying kvl i came to know that all current will not go to short circuit 1. If I'm correct them how is this possible??