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Why voltage is not directly proportional to current but current is directly proportional to voltage??

Why voltage is not directly proportional to current but current is directly proportional to voltage??

Grade:12

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
Yes. It is valid. Hypothetically present is relative to voltage however scientifically it doesn't make a difference. 
Reason- 
Voltage is the cause, while current is the impact. Voltage can exist without current while current can't exist without voltage. Increasingly the potential distinction is connected over the terminals, progressively the measure of current is watched going through it. Thus present relies on voltage and not the other route round. 

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