For example, if i have a battery with 10V of power, and then i connect a wire to the battery it will have 10A of current in it.
If i connect 2 wires, why current doesn’t split between the two wires so that i have 5A in each one?
I have no knowledge in this area, the only logical conclusion i can come to with the little information i have is that both wires will have 10A of current because both will “work at full potential”, but then, the battery will run out of power at double the speed compared to having only 1 wire connected.
Is my guess correct or the solution is another one?
Thanks in advance.