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what is resistance in physics??

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    in physics? then ask this question in physics group

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    In physics, resistance is defined as the ability of a substance to prevent or resist the flow of electrical current.

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    amount needed to operate an object

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    it is the opposition to the flow of current

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    It is any opposition to the flow of electric current in a circuit. I agree with Tomas, this question should be in physics group.

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