If the current flowing through a circuit of constant resistance is doubled, the power dissipated by that circuit will

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Assuming that the voltage is constant, and the resistance was doubled, since I=V/R, the current through the circuit will be halved. As P=IV, with the same voltage and halved current, the power dissipated by the circuit will be halved

Assuming that the voltage is constant, and the resistance was doubled, since I=V/R, the current through the circuit will be halved. As P=IV, with the same voltage and halved current, the power dissipated by the circuit will be halved