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    when we short some circuit,the flow of current in that circuit is high and voltage is 0(maybe some voltage!)why the current flow in short
    circuit is more?


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    Because there is very little resistance.

    V = IR

    I = V/R

    The smaller the resistance R, the larger the current I. And voltage V will not be zero.


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