Ohm’s Law

Definition: E=IR; I=E/R; R=E/I; Where E = Voltage impressed on a circuit, I = current flowing in a circuit and R = circuit resistance. Ohm’s Law is used for calculating voltage drop, fault current and other characteristics of an electrical circuit.

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