Question

Keeping the resistance constant, the potential difference applied across the ends of a component is halved. By how much does the current change?

Solution

From Ohm’s law, we know that V= IRor I= V/R When R is constant, I proportional to V. Hence, if the potential applied across the ends of a is halved, then the current will also be halved.

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