What is electric potential across a resistor if a resistance

Jovany Clayton 2022-07-16 Answered
What is electric potential across a resistor if a resistance of 20ohms draws a current of 6 amperes?
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escampetaq5
Answered 2022-07-17 Author has 12 answers
Explanation:
From Ohm’s Law
V = I R = 6 A × 20 Ω = 120 v o l t s
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Montenovofe
Answered 2022-07-18 Author has 3 answers
Ohm's law states that,
V=IR
I is the current in amperes
R is the resistance in ohms
And so, we got:
V = 6 A 20 Ω
=120V
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