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OHM’S LAW

OHM’S LAW

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Published by: ninayuri20 on Apr 09, 2010
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OHM¶S LAWOHM¶S LAW
The Ohm¶s Law Says..The Ohm¶s Law Formula
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The Ohm¶s Law Symbol Shortcut
 Applications of Ohm¶s Law
 
The Ohm's Law says:The Ohm's Law says:
The current in a circuit is directlyproportional to the applied voltage andinversely proportional to the amount of resistance.The current in a circuit is directlyproportional to the applied voltage andinversely proportional to the amount of resistance.
 
The Ohm's Law Formula:The Ohm's Law Formula:
the size of the current that flows in a circuit varies in proportion to the voltage which is applied to the circuit,and in inverse proportion to the resistance through whichit must pass:the size of the current that flows in a circuit varies in proportion to the voltage which is applied to the circuit,and in inverse proportion to the resistance through whichit must pass:
E
= I x RVoltage = Current x Resistance
E
V
oltage applied to circuit, in volts
(
V)I
Current flowing in the circuit, in amperes
(A
)R
Resistance in the circuit, in ohms

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