# What does Ohm's Law say?

Current is directly proportional to the the applied EMF and inversely proportional to the resistance of the circuit.

### How do conductors obey the Ohm's law?

Ohms law is not something imposed upon conductors. The phenomenon existed - but discovered, explained and formulated by Ohms law.

### How do you find conductance using ohms law?

To find the conductance using ohms law,you take the inverse of the resistance(/R)

### How does Ohms law affect the electric circuit?

Ohms Law is used to describe the behaviour of components in, and the behaviour of the whole circuit.

### Identify the correct statement of Ohms Law?

Ohm's law states that voltage is equal to current (amperes) times resistance (ohms).

### When Using Ohms law express conductance in terms of current and voltage?

how do you use ohms law express conductance in terms of current and voltage?

### What Ohms law is for amps?

According to Ohm's law, I=E/R meaning current (amps) equals voltage (volts) divided by resistance (ohms).

### If voltage is 12 volts and ohms is 0.5 how many amps in circuit?

Ohm's law: Volts = Amps * Ohms, or Amps = Volts / Ohms 12 volts / 0.5 ohms = 24 amps

### What is the product of current and time in ohms law?

In the ohm's law formula we have, volts (V), amperes (A) and ohms (omega). There is no time in it. Scroll down to related links and look at "Ohm's law - calculator and formulas".

### What is the Unit of resistance measured in?

Resistance is measured in ohms. By Ohm's law, resistance is voltage divided by current, which is (joules per coulomb) divided by (coulombs per second), which is joules-seconds divided by coulombs squared. (It is easier to just say ohms.)

### Why we study ohm's law?

the entire branch of electricity uses this ohms law in building their circuits..........the voltage and current relations are being brought using this ohms law also many other laws are based upon this law only.

### What is the si unit of ohms law?

Ohm's Law: voltage = current x resistance. The SI units involved are the following: Voltage: volts Current: amperes Resistance: ohms

### What is ohms law constant of proportionality?

1 volt applied across one ohms Will conduct one Ampere

### When Resister is 120 volts and the current through the resister is 0.5 Amps determine the value of the resistor in ohms?

Using Ohms Law, the answer is 120/0.5 = 240 Ohms.

### According to ohms law what is the resistance of a light if the voltage is 9.0 volts and the current is 0.30 amps?

30 ohms Answer An incandescent lamp doesn't obey Ohm's Law, because the ratio of voltage to current changes as the supply voltage is varied. All you can say is that, when the applied voltage is 9.0 V, then the resistance will happen to be 30 ohms. If you change the applied voltage to some other value, then you will find the resistance will have changed too. Ohm's Law isn't a universal law; in fact, most… Read More

### What is the equation for resistance?

Ohms law. R = E/I, where R= resistance in ohms, E = voltage in volts, and I = current in amperes.

### Amps times ohms equal?

voltage! measured in volts. current X resistance = voltage simple ohms law

### What is the formula for determining amps when using ohms to measure resistance?

Ohm's Law: Amps equals volts divided by ohms.

### According to Ohm's Law what would the resistance be in a circuit with 40 volts and 8 amps?

5 Ohms Ohm's Law is V=I*R, 40V=8A*R, R=5 ohms.

### An electro magnet draws 25 ampere of current and has a resistance of 10 ohms what is the voldtage being supplied?

Ohms law: E (Volts) = I (Amps) X R (Ohms) Do the math!

### What does OHMS stand for?

One answer is: On Her Majesty's Service (O. H. M. S.) German Georg Simon Ohm. (ohms law)

### What is the voltage in a circuit with 3 amperes of current and 100 ohms of resistance?

Use Ohms Law: voltage = current x resistance.

### According to ohms law the current density is proportional to?

Current density is unrelated to Ohm's Law.

### What are the formula's of ohms law in series circuit?

There is no 'Ohm's Law' formula, regardless of the type of circuit.

### Is Ohm's Law applicable in alternating current?

Yes, Ohms law is applicable in altering current.

### According to ohms law as resistance goes down what happens to amperage?

According to ohms law, E = IR, as resistance goes down amperage must increase, assuming that voltage stays the same.

### What would happen to current if the voltage is constant and the resistance is dounbled?

by the ohms law we can clearly say that the current is the ratio of voltage to the resistance.as the resistance is doubled the current should be halved.

### What is a scientfic law?

The Law of Gravity is one example. - - - - - - - - Newton's laws of motion would be another, as would be Ohms Law.

### What is the formula of ohms law?

E=IxR Where E is voltage, I is current in amps, R is resistance in ohms. It is applicable for pure resistive circuits

### What is the correct power formula in ohms law?

V=IR Answer Ohm's Law has nothing whatsoever with power.

### If the current running through a wire is 1.2 amperes and it passed through a resistor of 7.5 Ohms what is the voltage of the system?

9V by using ohms law

### What is voltage in ohms law terms?

Scroll down to related links and look at "Ohm's law - calculator and formulas".

### What is the relationship of voltage to the resistance in a series circuit?

ohms law use kirchoff's voltage law around the loop

### What is the voltage in a circuit if the current is 6.2 A and the resistance is 18 ohms?

Ohms Law! E=IR Voltage equals current times resistance. Get out the old calculator...

### What is the voltage if the current is 1 A and the resistance is 10?

Just use Ohms Law: V=IR, that is, voltage (in Volt) = current (in Ampere) x resistance (in Ohms).

### What will be the voltage drop across each what resistors A 160 Ohms B 100 Ohms C 82 Ohms D 120 Ohms.?

Ohm's Law requires you know two of three parameters to calculate the third. Volts = Amps x Ohms You need to know current flowing through resistance to calculate voltage drop.

### What does an ohm represent?

The ohm is the unit of electrical resistance to current flow. More ohms (more resistance), the less current will flow. Less ohms (less resistance), the more current will flow. One ohm is defined as the amount of resistance that will cause one ampere of current to flow if the supply voltage is one volt. Ohm's law states that amps = volts / ohms So, if you had a 12 volt battery, and you connected a… Read More