Which correctly expresses the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance? V = I/R V = IR V = R/I V = I+R

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Which correctly expresses the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance? V = I/R V = IR V = R/I V = I+R

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    2021-07-19T17:09:11+00:00

    Answer:

    V = IR

    Explanation:

    Voltage is denoted by V, current is denoted by I and resistance is denoted by R. Voltage is the difference of electric potential between two points. Current is the measure of the rate of flow of electric charge. Resistance is a measure how a device reduces the current flow through itself.

    The three properties are related to each other as per the Ohm’s law which states that voltage and current are directly proportional to each other, it can be denoted as

    Voltage (V) = Current(I) X Resistance(R).

    V = I \times R

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