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what is OHM's Law, is one of the basic laws on how electrical circuits behave
what does ohms state The ratio of the current in a conductor to the potential difference (voltage difference) between its ends is a constant as long as the temperature stays constant
what is potential difference? it is the difference in electric potential energy between two places in an electric field
Resistance is measured in? omhs
The symbol for an ohm is? Ω
The greater the number of ohms, the ______ the resistance? greater
potential difference = current (ampere A) x resistance (ohm Ω)
what is the device that measures the current flowing through a circuit? ammeter
The current through a wire depends on? the voltage between its ends and the resistance of the wire
Resistance (R) = Voltage (V) / Current(I)

what is OHM's Law,

what does ohms state

what is potential difference?

Resistance is measured in?

The symbol for an ohm is?

The greater the number of ohms, the ______ the resistance?

potential difference =

what is the device that measures the current flowing through a circuit?

The current through a wire depends on?

Resistance (R) =

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