A parallel circuit is an electrical circuit where the current branches out and flows into more than one electrical device and then flows back together again to complete the circuit. The current will still flow through th... More »

There are four variations of quadrilaterals that have two pairs of parallel sides: rhombuses, parallelograms, squares and rectangles. They are each differentiated by their relative side lengths and angles. More »

Sound is a mechanical wave resulting from the back and forth vibration of the particles of the medium through which the wave is moving. The compressions and rarefactions of sound waves move parallel to the direction of w... More »

Series and parallel resonance are two distinct circuit structures. In a parallel circuit, there is infinite resistance to an alternating current. In a series circuit, there is zero resistance to an alternating current, b... More »

A parallel LC circuit is in resonance when a current detected through the parallel circuit falls in phase with the supply voltage, according to Electronic-Tutorials. At the point of resonance, a large circulating current... More »

Most household electrical wiring, such as receptacle outlets and lighting wiring, typically uses parallel circuits. Parallel circuits are often used in household electrical wiring so that the lights continue to work even... More »

A series hookup allows for higher voltages without affecting capacity, and a parallel hookup increases capacity while preserving the voltage. Voltage is the amount of power the battery delivers, while capacity is the len... More »