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at 1 current is i but at 2 it is again i then what does resistor oppose.what do u mean by that.cant we define on basis of voltage?

7 years ago


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Hi Amit,

The resistor is a device that opposes the flow of current irrespective of the direction of its flow.

Thats why we define it on the basis of the alternating voltage.



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