Is A(cross sectional area)* I (current) = V (voltage how?
Asked by Shivansh Arora | 28th Jun, 2013, 02:27: PM
No, that is not possible. It is not dimensionally correct. Please give the complete context which would help us understand the problem better.
V = IR (as per ohms law)
and R = resistivity*l (length of the material)/A
Hence, V = I*resistivity*l/A
Answered by | 30th Jun, 2013, 12:01: AM
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