an electric oven has a resistance of 2.00 kω and a voltage of 220v. how much current does it draw? A. 1.1 A B. 2.2 A C. 0.11 A D. 0.22 A

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an electric oven has a resistance of 2.00 kω and a voltage of 220v. how much current does it draw? A. 1.1 A B. 2.2 A C. 0.11 A D. 0.22 A

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  • rvc
\(\huge\rm V=IR\)
please continue @rvc you are right! :)

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  • rvc
R= 2 X 10^3 W V= 220V
ohh okay! this converted meaning 2.2 A ?
  • rvc
\[I=\frac{ V }{ R }\]
oh oops so we get 0.11!so 0.11 A is our solution! thanks both !!!
  • rvc
okay
that's right! @iheartfood nice job @rvc
yay!! thanks!!
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