Why is resistance less in a parallel circuit?

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Jun 8, 2018

Answer:

I tried this although I am not sure it is satisfactory for your question...

Explanation:

In a kind of "visual" way in a Parallel circuit every resistor is connected to your source so basically electricity, thought as the flow of a river, can have different paths to choose from allowing an easier flow through your set of resistors.
More formally we have:
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