what happens if the pd across a resistance is doubled?

Asked by deepitapai | 5th Feb, 2009, 04:19: PM

Expert Answer:

V(Potential difference) = I (Current ) x R (Resistance)

1. If V is doubled and R remains constant then I would also double

2. If V is doubled and I has to remain constant then we have to double the R

Answered by  | 5th Feb, 2009, 04:26: PM

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