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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
could you please elaborate of that statement please.....!!!
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?!?!?!?
@Michele_Laino Rescue me from this problem Master!!! :")
please give me an example of water current to help me understand what is going on here and please do label what's the amps in water current and what volts in water current.
V Voltage is measured in V (volts) I current is measured in A (ampers) R resistance is measured in Ω (ohms) Ohm's law states that: V = I * R
@dariusX That's not nearly what i was asking for but thanks for the try :")))))
V=IR we have V=1 and rate of flow of current is nothing but I(charge) so we are given I=1 V=IR 1=1R R=1ohm
That's right! @YumYum247 we have: \(R=V/I=1/1=1\)Ohm
basically if I (electric current) doesn't change then the more resistance you have the higher the voltage will be in ur question it says that: V = 1 Volt I = 1 Amp from Ohm's law: V = IR the resistance is: R = V / I now plug in the values R = 1 Volt / 1 Amp = 1 Volt/Amp = 1 Ohm that's because resistance is measured in Ohms. an [Ohm] is [Volt / Amp] do you understand now ?
please guys don't come up with numbers and formulas to justify your reasoning. I know them as my second nature. i want to know what's happening at the molecular level..... !!! X( i didn't ask for the formula!! -____- 8'''(
like here is what i mean... when a 1 volt of electric force drive electric current between two points, and the rate which the electric current flow past a point in the circuit is also 1, the average resistance will be 1 ohm?!?!?!? where is this resistance coming from?!?!? is it in the wire?!?! or is it because resistance build up in the process of transferring the electrons through a conductor!!?!?!?!? Where is this resistance coming frommmmmmmmmmm?!?!? goddamnit i think this unit is slowly driving me crazy X"'('('('('('(''
here is my reasoning: inside the circuit from A to B there is a flux of electrons. Now let's consider a single electron, during its motion from A to B, it collides with the outermost electrons of the atoms of the wire. Due to these collisions, such conduction electron, lose some of its own energy, and the resistance is given by such collisions
and what does it mean by when V = 1, A = 1 Resistance also going to be =1 Ohms law states that 1Ohms = 1V/1A my question here is that....since the resistance is equal to the flow of current and the pressure of the electrical force...so why is the current is flowing...?!?!? since resistance is also equals to 1.
i mean V = IR
The electrons move since on them is acting the electric force due to electric field inside the wire, which is generated by the external battery |dw:1449681712945:dw|
the electric field, is generated by the external battery: |dw:1449681871903:dw|
why is electricity and magnatism to difficult to understand...at least for me X(
furthermore, as I wrote before, the electric resistance is due to the collisions between the electrons of the beam, with the outermost electrons of the atoms of the wire. In general electricity and magnetism are not a n heritage of our basic experiences, here is why their comprehension can be difficult. so, my suggestion, is to learn the phenomenology of electricity and magnetism first, and after that, you can try to solve the corresponding exercises
oops.. are not an* heritage...
[;ease refer me to a link or website where i can sharpen up my skills....i promise!!!
i've read the entire unit and it doesn't make any intuitive sense to me :"(
that's why i'm struggling to even understand what's going on here?!?!?! X(
In that case you can try to look at old textbook of physics, since the old textbooks of physics are very good for learning physics. Please choose a textbook with few formulas
this is grade 11 university physics.... i don't know what version of that should i pick?!?!?
for example you can try to read the books of Maxwell and Faraday, here is an helpful link: https://archive.org/
im actually doing online course, i don't really have a physical book to work with....
your a true life saver.... GOD BLESS YOU!!!! :")
thanks!! :) :)