a point A in a circuit is at lower potential than point B. in which direction will the current flow in the circuit?

Dear student,
Find the answer to your query as under:

 Current always flows from a point of higher potential to lower potential. So the current will flow from point B to A, as point A is at lower potential than A thus it makes point B at a higher potential and hence the direction of the flow of current.

Satyendra Singh

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b to a
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b to a
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i think it should flow from point A to point B in that circuit
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towards b
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