# Why conductivity of electrolyte decreases on dilution, but molar conductivity increases?

I learnt that on dilution of an electrolytic solution, it's conductivity decreases. However, there is an increase in the molar conductivity of the solution. The book explained the reason by comparing the definition of the two terms. However, it gave a hypothetical example which contradicts the statement it earlier stated. Maybe there is a printing error, but it has got me confused now.

Can someone please explain why the conductivity of an electrolytic solution decreases but molar conductivity increases on dilution, maybe with the help of a good hypothetical example?