Ohms law

By: Brianna

How ohms law works!

Ohms law explains the way current flows through a resistance when a different voltage is added to both ends of a resistance.

Formula: I V/R

I= Current in amps

V=Voltage in Volts

R= Resistance in Ohms


V = I * R

I = V / R

R = V / I

Voltage = current times resistance

Current= volts divided by resistance

Resistance= volts divided by current

Key Terms

Voltage - An electromotive force or the electrical potential difference between two points in a circuit expressed in volts

Current - it the rate of a charge past a point in an electric circuit.

Resistance - The ability to not be affected by something
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