A junction point in the wire of a circuit has inward current of 5.0 A. Which is true?

A. The outward current can be more than 5.0 A.

B. The outward current can be less than 5.0 A.

C. The outward current must be 5.0 A.

A junction point in the wire of a circuit has inward current of 5.0 A. Which is true?

A. The outward current can be more than 5.0 A.

B. The outward current can be less than 5.0 A.

C. The outward current must be 5.0 A.

Answer:

C. The outward current must be 5.0 A.

Explanation:

For junction point, in a wire, the inward current is always equal to the out ward current.