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`        By using Ohm’s Law, the current flowing through a resistor can be calculated as follows:Calculate the current flowing through a 100Ω resistor that has one of its terminals connected to 50 volts and the other terminal connected to 30 volts.`
3 months ago

Vikas TU
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```							Dear student Calculate the current flowing through a 100Ω resistor that has one of its terminals connected to 50 volts and the other terminal connected to 30 volts.Voltage at terminal A is equal to 50v and the voltage at terminal B is equal to 30v. Therefore, the voltage across the resistor is given as:VA = 50v, VB = 30v, therefore, VA – VB = 50 – 30 = 20vThe voltage across the resistor is 20v, then the current flowing through the resistor is given as:I = VAB ÷ R = 20V ÷ 100Ω = 200mA
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3 months ago
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