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Please describe the effect of increasing voltage. What happened to the force generated and why did this change occur?
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User: Please describe the effect of increasing voltage. What happened to the force generated and why did this change occur?

Weegy: If the current is held constant, the voltage will decrease.
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Increasing voltage results in a proportional increase in the force generated in an electrical circuit due to Ohm's Law, where force (current) is directly proportional to voltage.

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