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In ohms law what is slope of I-V and V-I graph represents? both represents resistance or one represents capacitance and one represents resistance?

In ohms law what is slope of I-V and V-I graph represents? both represents resistance or one represents capacitance and one represents resistance?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
From Ohm's law- V= IR
where, V = Voltage, I = current , R = Resistance
So, Slope of I-V graph = V/I = R 
and the slope of V-I graph = I/V = 1/R = Conductance.

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