# Ohm's Law

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## Volts Electrical unit of potential difference in a circuit. Which means more volts means more electrons and less volts means less electrons. | ## Amps Unit of electrical current. Which means more amps means electrons flow faster and less amps means electrons flow slower. | ## Ohms Unit of electrical resistance. More ohms means electrons flow slower and less ohms means less resistance which means they flow faster. |

## Volts

Electrical unit of potential difference in a circuit. Which means more volts means more electrons and less volts means less electrons.

## Amps

Unit of electrical current. Which means more amps means electrons flow faster and less amps means electrons flow slower.

## How it works?

Ohm's law can easily be understood with three equations. One would be V= IR, this means to find the voltage you would need to multiply the amount of ohms by the amount of amps. To find the amount of Amps you need to divide the volts by the amount of ohms. Lastly to find the amount of ohms you need to divide the amount of volts to the amount of amps.