# Electronics - Resistance and Power - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Resistance and Power - General Questions (Q.No. 14)

14.

With Ohm's law:

Discussion:

4 comments Page 1 of 1.
Siddeshwar said:
4 years ago

@Meens

Can you explain where you took V=IT.

Its not correct.

Ohm's law;

I=V/R,

R=V/I,

V=I * R.

Can you explain where you took V=IT.

Its not correct.

Ohm's law;

I=V/R,

R=V/I,

V=I * R.

Meens said:
7 years ago

According to ohm's law V = IT.

So current is directly proportional to the resistance.

So current is directly proportional to the resistance.

Geeta said:
1 decade ago

Current is I then I=V/R.

So current is inversely proportional to resistance at to P.D. Volt so answer A is right.

So current is inversely proportional to resistance at to P.D. Volt so answer A is right.

Poornima said:
1 decade ago

According to ohm's law, V = IR

i.e. R is directly prop to voltage.

So option b also satisfies.

i.e. R is directly prop to voltage.

So option b also satisfies.

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