a simple electric circuit has 24v battery and a resistor of 60 ohm what will be the current in the circuit the resistance is negligible.
Asked by | 12th Jul, 2014, 12:58: PM
According to Ohm's law we know that V=I R
Therefore current I = potential difference / Resistance
If the resistance of the connecting wire is considered negligible.
We can write, I = 24 V / 60 Ω
= 0.4 A
Answered by Jyothi Nair | 14th Jul, 2014, 09:33: AM
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