Kirchhoff's junction rule is a conservation law of charge at a junction of a circuit.
If at all the law was not true, then total current entering the junction would not be the same as the current leaving the junction.
Explain what would result, in terms of charges or charge motion, if Kirchhoffs Junction Rule were not true.
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