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How does Ohms Law work?



A. An object is connected to a source of filament and the current flowing in the circuit is released.
B. An object is connected to a source of voltage difference and the current flowing in the circuit is measured.
C. An object is disconnected to a source of voltage difference and the current flowing in the circuit is measured.
D. An object is connected to a source of electric energy and the current flowing in the circuit is constricted.

This question is part of Chapter 7 Electric Current
Asked by Sfarthing, Last updated: Feb 05, 2020

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Answered Feb 14, 2018

An object is connected to a source of voltage difference and the current flowing in the circuit is measured.
 

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