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Ohm's Law help?? Anyone?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @ganeshie8 @Compassionate Can either of you help?

  2. hwyl
    • one year ago
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    post the question

  3. anonymous
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    Use Ohm’s Law (V = IR) and the current and voltage for the battery to determine the total resistance in the circuit. Voltage:-9.99 Current:0.67

  4. anonymous
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    @hwyl

  5. hwyl
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    what is current

  6. anonymous
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    Amps

  7. hwyl
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    what is it?

  8. anonymous
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    The only information I have is voltage and current(amps)

  9. hwyl
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    you need to know what current is

  10. anonymous
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    What do you mean? Current is 0.67 amperes

  11. hwyl
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    okay so I take it you don not know the definition of current here's what you have: \(I = VR \) you need R, so how would you transform the formula so that you are solving for R?

  12. hwyl
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    \(\huge \frac{I}{V} = \frac{VR}{V}\)

  13. anonymous
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    I honestly have no clue. I'll just be honest and say that this doesn't interest me, so I won't remember it. I'm just trying to graduate.

  14. hwyl
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    that is an interesting philosophy to live by it is a simple algebra taught early as 5th grade if not 6th grade

  15. anonymous
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    Sorry, but it's the truth. If I have no interest in it, I can't remember it. I'll just figure it out.

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