I always use to think about electric circuits in my free time, and iam doing my engineering degree in electrical & electronics. Although I know working of big booms in electrical, I often use to ask basic questions to me and iam still not clear with that. Since these questions are very basic I don't know ,from where to get answers for these questions.

I tried a lot but no use , those articles are not clear.

Ok, let I come to my question.

let us consider a 10 watt generator,with a output voltage of

2 volt ,connected to a resistive load of rating 2 volt, 3 watt.

When the circuit is closed there will be a current of 1.5 amps through the circuit.

Thus the load resistance is 1.3333 ohms.

Thus the power produced is 10 watts,power used is 3 watts. Where does the remaining 8 watts goes?how the power equation get balanced?

will 5 amps of current flow through the circuit to balance the power equation?

If you say, 3 watt load cannot be connected with 10 watts source, then how come different loads of different power ratings are connected to road side transformer with unique power rating?

My another question is,

if a 230 volt ,460 watt ac line is stepped down to 2 volt with a transformer,then the short circuit current will be 230 amps at the output of transformer.

If we connect a 5 ohms resistance across the output terminal of transformer , accourding to ohms law input voltage of 2 volt connected across a resistance of 5 ohms should produce current of 0.4 amps.

But in our circuit the current flow will be 230 amps to balance the power equation.

How much current will exactly flow through the circuit?

I hear that resistance of human body is 2 mega ohms,and only a voltage level above 40 volt will produce enough amps to burn our tissue. Since in our circuit the output voltage is 2 volt ,can I touch the output terminal with bare hands?will it shock me?

I have touched the terminals of very high voltage in electric welding machine, how come such a high voltage don't shock me?