YumYum247
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Help me ASAP!!! OMG X'(''''''
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YumYum247
  • YumYum247
a material has the electric resistance of one ohm when there is a potential difference of one volt across it and the current is one ampere
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  • YumYum247
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YumYum247
  • YumYum247
could you please elaborate of that statement please.....!!!

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YumYum247
  • YumYum247
does it mean when a 1 volt of electric force driving electric current between two points, and the rate which the electric current flow past a point in the circuit is also one, there'll be an average resistance of 1 ohm?!?!?!?
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@johnweldon1993
YumYum247
  • YumYum247
what is the resistance in..... transferring electrons?!?!?!?
YumYum247
  • YumYum247
how do i express resistance as?!?!??
johnweldon1993
  • johnweldon1993
Just relate it back to Ohm's Law \[\large V = IR\] When the voltage across the material is 1V and the Current = 1 Amp we can rearrange it as \[\large R = \frac{V}{I} = \frac{1V}{1A} = 1 \Omega \]

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