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**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:
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The current in a circuit is directly proportional to the applied voltage and inversely proportional to the amount of resistance.

**The Ohm's Law Formula:
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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 which it must pass: E=IxR Voltage = Current x Resistance E Voltage applied to circuit, in volts (V) I Current flowing in the circuit, in amperes (A) R Resistance in the circuit, in ohms

Ohm's Law Symbol Shortcut:

**Applications of Ohm's Law:
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As an application of Ohm's Law, any voltage V, current I, or resistance R in an electrical circuit can be determined without actually measuring it if the two other values are known. This law can be used to determine the amount of current I flowing in the circuit when voltage V is applied to resistance R. As stated above, Ohm's Law is: I=V R Current=Voltage ÷ Resistance

**Applications of Ohm's Law:
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In the following circuit, assume that resistance R is 2 and the voltage V that is applied is 12V. Then, current I flowing in the circuit can be determined as follows:

**Applications of Ohm's Law:
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This law can also be used to determine the voltage V that is needed to permit current I to pass through resistance R: I=V R Current=Voltage ÷ Resistance

**Applications of Ohm's Law:
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In the following circuit, assume that resistance R is 4 ohms. The voltage V that is necessary to permit a current I of 3A to pass through the resistance can be determined as follows:

**Applications of Ohm's Law:
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Still another application of the law can be used to determine the resistance R when the voltage V which is applied to the circuit and current I flowing in the circuit are already known: R=V I Resistance=Voltage ÷ Current

**Applications of Ohm's Law:
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In the following circuit, assume that a voltage V of 12V is applied to the circuit and current I of 4A flows in it. Then, the resistance value R of the resistance or load can be determined as follows:

OHM¶S LAW

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