The relationship between voltage currents and electrical resistance. in the electrical circuit there is a relationship between voltage current and resistance

the value of electrical resistance is the ratio or the result between voltage and electric current. the relationship is governed by the following equation

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## the relationship between voltage current and resistance

in the electrical circuit the relationship between the voltage current and resistance is adjusted by the following equation

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Where

- R = value of electrical resistance in units ohm
- V = voltage value of electricity in units Volt
- I = value of electric current in units of amperes

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In the above picture the voltage generated by the battery is symbolized by V, the electric current is denoted by I, and the resistance is described as the resistor R

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### Example 1

An electrical circuit has a voltage of 12V and the current flowing is 3A. What is the value of resistance in the circuit?

Settlement

In the above case V = 12 and I = 3

The formula for finding the resistance is R = V / I then

R = 12/3

R = 4 ohms

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### Example 2

An electrical circuit has a voltage of 10V and a 2 ohm resistance. What is the magnitude of the electric current flowing in the circuit?

Settlement

V = 10

R = 2

To find the electric current formula (I) then you can find it as follows

The main formula is R = V / I

R = V / I

2 = 10 / I

I = 10/2

I = 5A

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