Add Voltage in Series, and add Ah in Parallel. But you add Amps in series as well

**its commulative!!! Fact!!!**

*BECAUSE*Once you add up the batteries in series you get a certain sum of voltage and a sum of amps. V x A = Ah

Each battery has a Ah rating, while the output of the series cct has a Ah.

Add each battery Ah, thats the output of series cct.

If the amperage is commulative in a series cct, then you have a 1C 2A 3V battery. 100 in series = 300V 200A 600Ah.

How can the last battery at 1C 2A 3V be able to handle the throughput of 200A?

Voltage is your "Water pressure in a water pipe" voltage between 2 points is "electrical force" that would drive an electric current (measured in Amps) between 2 points.

Amperage is your "Flow rate" how many electrons pass in a time period 1 Coulomb/second.

Resistance is the "Pipe Size"