resistors - series circuit. I1=I2=...

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I=Q/S, C/S=A {m.k.s}
v=12v (for exam)
so eletric charge will passed from the high vol to low vol.
and resistors dec the volt.
does it influence on the force?
if yes what are the way it change it?
and if yes the velocity changed so less electric charges passed trough the cut of the wire in one sec and we have less flow. (i=q/s) (s=sec)
so how can i say that i1=i2 ?
thank you .
 

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I=Q/S, C/S=A {m.k.s}
v=12v (for exam)
so eletric charge will passed from the high vol to low vol.
and resistors dec the volt.
does it influence on the force?
if yes what are the way it change it?
and if yes the velocity changed so less electric charges passed trough the cut of the wire in one sec and we have less flow. (i=q/s) (s=sec)
so how can i say that i1=i2 ?
thank you .
What do you mean by "force" here? If you mean, perhaps, the EMF then no this does not change.

-Dan