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Define resistance and describe what would happen to a light bulb if the voltage increased but the resistance stayed the same.

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  1. anonymous
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    can someone help please?! medal, fan

  2. anonymous
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    when you increase voltage and resistance stays the same based on formula U=I*R,current will increase ,and because of that after some timebulb will not work anymore,you can look at that like drinking,and drinking,and again drinking some energy think,after a while you will feel sick ,and start vomiting,so analogous with the bulb will be explosion of it,

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    on resistance question its just a property of material,does it let things like electrons move around as they want,or in some way making them to move slower

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    • one year ago
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    thank you.

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