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Boojho and Paheli performed experiments taking similar bulbs and cells but two different solutions A and B as shown in the figure.
They found that the bulb in setting up A glows more brightly as compared to that of setup B. You would conclude that
$(a)$. higher current is flowing through the circuit in set up A
$(b)$. higher current is flowing through the circuit in set up B
$(c)$. equal current is flowing through both the circuits
$(d)$. the current flowing through the circuits in the two set up cannot be compared in this manner"
In setup B, the current flowing through the solution can be weak and that could be the reason that the bulb is not glowing brightly. So, it can be that a higher current is flowing through the circuit in set up A.
Therefore, option $(a)$ is correct.
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