# The Ohm's Law

## The Ohm's Law

The Ohm's Law was named after Bavarian mathematician and physicist Georg Ohm.

## Information of Ohm's Law

The Ohm's Laws is made up of three mathematical equations which are V is for voltage measured in volts, I is current measured in amperes that relates to the pressure of voltage, and there is R for resistance measured in ohms.

## How to use the Ohm's Law

Easy Ohm's Law Tutorial: Neuroscience and Cardiac Physiology physics application

## ohm's Law equation

As an equation, as an algebraic recipe for calculating the current if the electric potential difference and the resistance are known. Yet while this equation serves as a powerful recipe for problem solving, it is much more than that.

## What I Think about Ohm's Law

The Ohm's Law has a formula that is easier to solve for the resistance , voltage ,and current. And it doesn't take that long to solve a problem, It's basically just multiply or divide the known and what number you get will be the unknown.