Why is the voltage on a section of a circuit consisting of series-connected conductors equal to the sum of the voltages on these conductors?

The work of the field to move the charge on two series-connected conductors is equal to the sum of the work on moving the charge along each of these conductors. And with the series resistance of the conductors, the same charge passes through them.

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