Discussion :: Ohm's Law - General Questions (Q.No.4)
If the resistance in a circuit with constant voltage increases, the current will
Answer: Option B
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|Anoop Yadav said: (Dec 7, 2010)|
|Because, I = V/R.
Here I is inversely proportional to R.
Therefore, if R increases (while V is constant) I decreases.
|Anil said: (Apr 23, 2012)|
|The above explanation is accepted if and only if in the date it is mentioned that external conditions like temperature, strain, etc remains constant.|
|Venkatesh said: (Mar 3, 2014)|
|Given that 'V' is constant,
V = IR.
I = V/R.
Here I is inversely proportional to R
So, if R increases I decreases.
|Subrat said: (Jul 26, 2014)|
|Due to const volt it cause heating effect collision takes place hence resistance decreases and I decreases.|
|Nagendra Bc said: (Sep 23, 2014)|
|Ohms law state that current is directly proportional to the voltage and inversely proportional to the resistance at constant temperature.
|Khadeer said: (Sep 2, 2015)|
|But here constant voltage, then whats up.|
|Hari said: (Mar 20, 2018)|
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