what happens to the resisatnce of a circuit if the surrent through it is doubled?
Asked by deepitapai | 5th Feb, 2009, 04:17: PM
The resistance of a circuit is a constant. It does not change with the change in current if resistances are ohmic.The current can only be doubled by increasing the Voltage and since R = V/I ,resistance remains constant.
Answered by | 5th Feb, 2009, 06:16: PM
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