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Why do bulbs glow brighter when connected in parallel?

Each bulb sees the full voltage when the bulbs are in parallel. When a bulb gets more power, it will glow brighter. The effective resistance of the circuit is reduced by the parallel combination of resistors. ... It glows brighter.

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