Question How much voltage must be applied across a 0.20 Ω wire in order to create a 30 A current? (Please show work for it too)

Answer: V=6V Explanation: Use the equation I=V/R and solve for V then use V=IR plug in the numbers. V=IR V=30(0.2) V=6V Log in to Reply

Answer:V=6V

Explanation:Use the equation I=V/R and solve for V then use V=IR plug in the numbers.

V=IR

V=30(0.2)

V=6V

Answer:6 V

Explanation:By ohm’s law :

V = IR

V = 0.2 × 30 = 6 V