Ohm's Law (I=V/R)

Ohm's Law

I- Current (amps)

V- Voltage (volts)

R- Resistance (ohms)

Also, V=IR and R=V/I

Abbreviations.

A-amps-current

v-volts-voltage

I-ohms-resistance

Increasing voltage increases current.

Increasing resistance decreases current.

Decreasing voltage decreases current.

Decreasing resistance increases current.

What is Ohm's Law?

Series Circuit

Series Circuits have all only one path for the electricity to flow. If any part of the series circuit is broken, the circuit fails. If either light is unscrewed both light will turn off. If there are two lightbulbs in a series circuit, they both depend on the other.

Parallel Circuit

Parallel circuits have multiple paths for the electricity to flow. The branches (paths) of a parallel circuit are independent. If either light is unscrewed, the other will remain on.
Parallel and Series circuits

Objective

On this page, it concludes understanding the meaning of Ohm's Law. There are many things that we are going to examine, but the main things we are going to cover is variables dealing with Ohm's law. It also looks over series circuit and parallel circuit. I really hope you enjoy this page. :)