### Discussion :: Ohm's Law - General Questions (Q.No.1)

Prem said: (Nov 16, 2010) | |

According to ohm's law V = IR Resistance = voltage/current =110/3.5 =31.4 |

Reshma said: (Dec 18, 2010) | |

Ya its absolutely right....... |

R.Ashok said: (Jan 22, 2011) | |

According ohm's law it states that the resistance is directly propostional to the voltage & inversly propostional to the current at constant temprature. i.e R=V/I R= 110/3.5 R=31.4285ohm so here we are taking approximative value 31. |

Amir said: (Feb 27, 2011) | |

I(A)=voltage/resistance or I=E/R or R=E/I = 110/3.5 =31.42 =31 |

Chittaranjaan said: (Mar 6, 2011) | |

Ya right, but if there would be another option stating 32 then.. |

Swamy.M said: (Mar 7, 2011) | |

Yes, I accept it is correct because according to ohm's law state that"resistance is directly propostional to the vg,and invesly propostional to current. Hence we can conclude that I=V/R I=3.5,v=110,R=? R=V/I,R=110/3.5=31.42 apprsmtly=31 we can put. that solve. |

Hpc said: (Jul 11, 2011) | |

Thanks prem. |

Sambathfire said: (Jul 12, 2011) | |

r=v/i r=110/3.5 r=31.4 r=31 |

Saravanakumar said: (Jul 12, 2011) | |

TO use the ohms law V=IR Then R=V/I R=110/3.5=31.428 |

Siva Nanda said: (Jul 30, 2011) | |

Ohms law V=IR. Then R=V/I. Given, V=110v. I=3.5A Therfore R=110/3.5=31.428. So the given answer is correct. |

K.Niranjan said: (Aug 13, 2011) | |

According to ohms law V=IR r=v/i=110/3.5=31.42 |

Ujwala said: (Sep 29, 2011) | |

Ohms law V=IR. Then R=V/I. Given, V=110v. I=3.5A Therfore R=110/3.5=31.428. So the given answer is correct |

Senthil Nathan.M said: (Oct 8, 2011) | |

Given V=110V I=3.5A By Ohms law V=IR R=V/I =110/3.5 =31.428 =31 Ohms |

Gaurav said: (Oct 14, 2011) | |

Yes, Itis absolutly correct. Always remember formula V=IR V....voltage I....ampere R...ohms |

Swapna said: (Oct 15, 2011) | |

Its exactly correct. We have to remember this formula. V=IR. |

Saravanan.K said: (Nov 26, 2011) | |

Given V=110V I=3.5A By Ohms law V=IR R=V/I =110/3.5 =31.428 =31 Ohms |

Manikandan. K said: (Jan 19, 2012) | |

Ohm's law cab be stated in workd as the current in a resistive circuit is directly proportional to its applied voltage and inversely proportional to its resistance. Formulas are; I=V/R or V=IR or R=V/I |

Lakshman said: (Jan 20, 2012) | |

At constant temperature Current flowing through the conductor is directly proportional to the applied voltage. Formula; I=V/R |

Nilesh Kumar Solanki said: (Feb 18, 2012) | |

according to ohms law V=IR OR R=V/R WE CAN PUT I=3.5 & V=110 THEN R=110/3.5=31.4 |

Satish said: (Feb 28, 2012) | |

Its exactly correct. We have to remember this formula. I=V/R or V=IR or R=V/I. |

M.Narendra said: (Mar 1, 2012) | |

According to ohm's law V=IR =>R=V/I =>R=110/3.5 R=31.4 |

Hari said: (Mar 9, 2012) | |

R=V/I GIVEN: VOLTAGE(V)=110V CURRENT(I)=3.5A RESISTANCE(R)=V/I=110/3.5\ ANS=31.42~31 |

Ashish Khan said: (Apr 8, 2012) | |

YES, R=V/I =110/3.5 = 31OHM. |

Sundaram.A said: (Apr 17, 2012) | |

R=V/I =110/3.5 =31.4~31ohm |

Mohan said: (Apr 20, 2012) | |

Yes according to ohms law V = IR R = V/I = 110/3.5 = 31 ohm |

Surya said: (May 26, 2012) | |

Ohms law is are proportional to I inversely to V at content physical parameters like temperature and stress on conductor etc. It is right. |

Elavendhan Durai said: (Jun 6, 2012) | |

Voltege=110v Current=3.5A According to the ohms law V = IR 110 = 3.5*R R = 31 Ohm |

Jeya Selvam.P said: (Jul 3, 2012) | |

V=IR. V=110V I=3.5A R=? R=V/I R=110/3.5 R=31.4 R=31ohm. |

Arun said: (Jul 5, 2012) | |

V = IR. R = V/I. R = 110 / 3.5. R = 31.42 ohm. |

Sangeetha said: (Aug 3, 2012) | |

According to ohms law. V=IR. Therefore. R=V/I. R=110/3.5. =31.4 ohms. |

Zohaib Ali said: (Aug 25, 2012) | |

According to ohms law state that resistance is directly proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to the current. so R=V/I R=110/3.5 R=31.42 option D correct |

Aba said: (Sep 6, 2012) | |

Yes the 'D' is right answer i.e. R =31 ohms according to ohms law. |

Kovvuru Hussenaiah said: (Sep 26, 2012) | |

Yes, According to problem voltage(v) is 110v and Current(I)=3.5A. Then R=V/I=110/3.5=31.42 then approximately=31ohm. |

Satish.J said: (Nov 5, 2012) | |

According to Ohm's law, Volatage is directly proportional to Current. i.e. V=IR R=V/I=110/3.5=31.428 ohms |

Sagar said: (Nov 18, 2012) | |

The ohms law state in a close circuit the strength of current flowing throw a solid conductor at constant temperature is directly proportional to the voltage across the conductor and inversely proportional to the resistance. So. I = V/R. =110/3.5 = 31.42 ohm. |

Prasanth said: (Dec 1, 2012) | |

According to Ohm's law V=IR. But we need 'R'. So bring the I to this side then it will be divided by V, As given below, R=V(110)/I(3.5) R=31.4 ohms. |

Ravi Prakash said: (Jan 2, 2013) | |

According to ohms law, R=V/I. So R= 1103.5 = 31.4 ohms. So Answer is option D. |

Jitendra Behera said: (Apr 1, 2013) | |

We know that R=V/I. R=110/3. 5=31. 4ohm. Ans- [D]. 31ohm. |

Pradeep Kumar Saw said: (May 16, 2013) | |

We Know that, R = V/I. Given that, V = 110 Volt AND I = 3.5A. So, R = 110/3.5 = 31.4 OHM. |

Dave Mudra said: (Jun 1, 2013) | |

Yes, its true. Real equation is V = I*R. According above related answer the equation is R = V/I. |

O P Gautam said: (Aug 2, 2013) | |

Resistance may not be measured in decimal. So answer in 31 ohm is correct. |

Sibo Mondolo said: (Aug 8, 2013) | |

We known that, *according to ohm's law R = V/I =110/3.5 = 31.42 ohm. |

Saroj said: (Aug 28, 2013) | |

We know that the current is directly proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to resistance. So, I = V/R. R = V/I. = 110/3.5. = 31.42 ohm. |

Shalini said: (Aug 31, 2013) | |

I = 3.5A. V = 110V. By ohm's law, V = IR. 110 = 3.5R. R = 31 ohm. |

Mahendra said: (Oct 18, 2013) | |

What is the proper definition of ohm's law? |

Kshitiz said: (Oct 27, 2013) | |

According to ohm's law V = IR. Resistance = voltage/current. = 110/3.5. = 31.4 ohm. |

Subha S said: (Dec 26, 2013) | |

I = V/R. R = V/I. R = ? V = 110V. I = 3.5A. R = 110/3.5. R = 31.428. |

Rajesh Kumar Pradhan said: (Jan 1, 2014) | |

I=V/R. R=V/I. R=? V=110V. I=3.5A. R=110/3.5. R= 31.428. |

Lallan K Puskar said: (Jan 22, 2014) | |

Use of the ohm's law R = V/I. So, V=110V , I=3.5A then, R = V/I = 110/3.5, 1100/35 = 31.428. ANS - 31 ohm. |

Shobhana said: (May 30, 2014) | |

Yes its correct. By using the ohm's law we get, R = V/I. Therefore;- R = 110/3.5. = 31.42 ohm. Answer: 31 ohm. |

Jepoy said: (Aug 12, 2014) | |

Given: V=110V. I=3.5A. R=? Solution: R= V/I. R= 110/3.5. R= 31 ohms. |

Sudhanshu Pal said: (Aug 26, 2014) | |

V = IR. So 110 = 3.5 R. R = V/I. So R = 110/3.5. So R = 31.42. So Answer D. |

Latha G said: (Sep 17, 2014) | |

By using for ohms law. Given: R = V/I. SO R = 110/3.5 = 31.42. ANSWER: 31 OHM. |

V K Singh said: (Sep 21, 2014) | |

As we know that from ohms law, V = IR. GIVEN, V = 110V. I = 3.5A. SO R=V/I. R=110/3.5 = 31.42 ohm. i.e 31 ohm. |

Avatar Behera said: (Oct 8, 2014) | |

R = V/I. R = 110/3.5 = 31.428. Appro = 31. |

Negi said: (Oct 19, 2014) | |

Well 32 ohms would be right cause it's coming 31.428 so round off 32 ohm. |

Shakru Jarpula said: (Nov 9, 2014) | |

We know that from ohm's law. V = IR. Given, R=110/31.5 = 31.428 R = 31 |

Ram Gopal Joshi said: (Dec 10, 2014) | |

Hi all, Please give the good definition of electric traction and formula of resonance frequency in series and parallel connection. |

Malhar Kulkarni said: (Dec 13, 2014) | |

We know that Resistance = Potential difference/strength of current. R = V/I. = 110/3.5. = 31.428. Rounded off, R = 31 ohms. |

Abdul Rauf Ansari said: (Dec 20, 2014) | |

Given: V = 110 volt. I = 3.5 amp. R = ? We know that: According to ohm's law: I = V/R. V = IR. R = V/I. =110/3.5. =31.428. Hence answer is 31 ohm. |

Bipab said: (Dec 23, 2014) | |

Given that, V = 110. I = 3.5. R = ? According to ohms law V = IR: R = V/I. = 110/3.5 = 31.42 = 31. |

Rupesh said: (Apr 26, 2015) | |

Why not the approximate answer is 31.1. |

Amit Bhardwaj said: (Jun 10, 2015) | |

V = RI. I = V/R. I = 220/3.5. I = 31.4 A. |

Saif said: (Jul 20, 2015) | |

According to ohm's law voltage is directly proportional to current in a specified conductor having some resistance. i.e V = RI. I = V/R. I = 110/3.5. I = 31.4 A. |

Jetendra Patel said: (Sep 7, 2015) | |

Absolutely right 110/3.5. 31.428 ohms. |

Narayan Ch Sahoo said: (Nov 1, 2015) | |

Very nice question & very beautiful answers. |

Sathish said: (Dec 3, 2015) | |

V = IR. 110 = 3.5*R. R = 110/3.5. R = 31.42 [CUT OFF]. R = 31. |

Shivaprakash Patil said: (Dec 24, 2015) | |

Yes according to Law I = VR. V = 110 V, I = 3.5 A & R=? There fore we want Resistance so that R = V/I. R = 110/3.5. R = 31.42 or R = 31 Ohm. |

Ravidas Nayak said: (Jan 21, 2016) | |

In accordance with ohm's law, current through DC circuit is given by I = V/R. Here we want to know the value of hating material, that is R. Since I and V is given so the value of R is given by R = V/I. That is 110/3.5 which is 31.4. |

Saikiran said: (Mar 13, 2016) | |

V = IR. R = V/I. Given V = 110 V, I= 3.5 A. R = 110/3.5 = 1100/35 = 22O/7 = 31.42~31. Make calculations easy. |

Onyia said: (Apr 16, 2016) | |

By using for OHMS law. Given: R = V/I. So, R = 110/3.5 = 31.42. Answer: 31 OHM. |

Balasubramaniyan.N said: (Jun 30, 2016) | |

Ohm law V = IR. V = 110V, I=3.5A, R=?, R = V/I, R = 110/3.5, R = 31.42857142857143, R = 31 OHM. |

Srinivas said: (Jul 15, 2016) | |

V = IR. V = 110. I = 3.5. R = V/I = 110/3.5 = 31. |

Mukesh Kumar Ghotra Bemoth said: (Aug 10, 2016) | |

V = lR. R = v\l. V = 110 v. I = 3.5 A. R =110\3.5 = 31.4 ohm. |

Sarath said: (Aug 12, 2016) | |

According to Ohm's law: V = IR, R = V/I, R = 110/3.5, R = 31.42. |

Jagannath said: (Oct 4, 2016) | |

According to ohm's law V = IR. Then, I = V/R. R = 110/3.5 = 31.4285. |

Narendra Patil said: (Oct 18, 2016) | |

Ohms law states that at constant temperature the current flowing through the conductor is directly proportional to potential different between the two end of the conductor. That is V = IR. |

Bhushan said: (Oct 21, 2016) | |

What is the answer if there will be another option as. 31.5? |

Imrosekhan said: (Nov 16, 2016) | |

According to ohm's law v = IR. Here we have to find resistance so, R = V/I. Substitute those values=110/3.5 = 31.42. But here they are taken as round figure value i.e 31. |

Raj Vendra said: (Feb 15, 2017) | |

According to ohm'law v=IR. R = v/I. |

Magesh said: (Mar 17, 2017) | |

Solve it by using ohm' law. |

Sujin Adhikari said: (Mar 20, 2017) | |

Under a constant physical condition (i.e temperature remains constant) current flowing through the conductor is directly proportional to voltage or (potential different) applied across its end. |

Pavankumar said: (Aug 14, 2017) | |

From the given question, it is related to ohm's law V=IR. then, from the question, V=110V and I=3.5A. R=V/A=110/3.5=31.42=31. |

Oyelowo Oluwatobiloba said: (Sep 12, 2017) | |

From V = IR (where V is the Voltage (volts), I current (Ampere), and R resistance(ohms) V=110v I=3.5A R=? Making R subject from V=IR by dividing through by I We have R=V/I R=110/3.5 R= 31.4ohms Approximately 31ohms. |

Er.Mukesh Kumar said: (Oct 2, 2017) | |

According yo law, 31 is right. |

Braj Kumar said: (Nov 3, 2017) | |

According to ohm's low R =V/I, V= 110V. I = 3.5A. Put the value of voltage and current above formula given. R = 110/3.5. Correct answer is 31 ohm. |

Deepak Prakash said: (Nov 30, 2017) | |

According to ohms law, I is directly proportional to V. so. V=IR R=v/I R=110/3.5=31.42. |

Shubham Pandey said: (Jan 23, 2018) | |

Acc. To ohm's law. V=IR. Or R= V/I. Then, R=110/3.5. =>1100/35. =31.42. |

Bibek said: (Apr 7, 2018) | |

The correct answer is 31.4 Ω. |

T Ashok said: (Jun 9, 2018) | |

Resistance =voltage /current. So, R =110/3.5, So, R =110/35/10, So, R =110/35 *10, R=31.4 Ω. |

Pabitr Akumar Behera said: (Dec 12, 2018) | |

V = I * R V = 110 I = 3.5 R = 110/3.5 = 31.428. |

Aman said: (Mar 13, 2019) | |

According to this, if you want to simplify the voltage then it will be, V=R * A(V=>31 * 3.5 = 108.5). Voltage means to push, so push must have to multiply by A(amount of electron) and R(anti-push). And if you want to simplify the R(anti-push). Then, R(anti-push) = V(push)/A(amount of electron), R = V/A. |

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