If a resistor draws 1.2 * 10^-3 A of current from a 12 V battery, then what is the value of the resistor? A. 10 ohms B. 100 ohms C. 1.0 kilo-ohms D. 10 kilo-ohms

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If a resistor draws 1.2 * 10^-3 A of current from a 12 V battery, then what is the value of the resistor? A. 10 ohms B. 100 ohms C. 1.0 kilo-ohms D. 10 kilo-ohms

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using the Ohm's law, we have: I=12/(0.0012)=...amperes
oops..no amperes, Ohms
10,000?

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I rewrite: R=12/(0.0012)=...ohms
yes!
what does that convert to? divide by 1000? and the solution is 10 kilo-ohms? choice D?
that's right!
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