# Ohm's law - examples

Ohm's law states that the current through a conductor (or resistor) between two points is directly proportional to the voltage across the two points. Introducing the constant of proportionality, the resistance, it arrives at the usual mathematical equation I = U/R or I=V/R- Resistors

Two resistors connected in series give the resulting resistance 216Ω and 48Ω in parallel. Determine the resistance of this resistors. - Resistance

Determine the resistance of the bulb with current 200 mA and is in regular lamp (230V). - Coil as a girl

The electrical resistance of the copper wire coil is 2.0 ohms. What current runs through the coil when the voltage between the terminals is 3.0 V? - Transformer

Solve the textbook problems - transformer: a) N1 = 40, N2 = 80, U2 = 80 V, U1 =? b) N1 = 400, U1 = 200 V, U2 = 50 V, N2 =? - The bulbs

The bulbs are connected serially two bulbs and one resistor. Each bulb has a resistivity of 100 ohms and resistor of 60 ohms The voltage source in the circuit is 24 volts. Do you know what voltage to measure on individual appliances? - Resistance of the resistor

The resistor terminals have a voltage of 20 V and a current of 5 mA is passed through. What is the resistance of the resistor? - Electric input power

Solve problems related to electric power: a) U = 120 V, I = 0.5 A, P =? b) P = 200 W, U = 230 V, I =? c) I = 5 A, P = 2200W, U =? - Filament of bulb

The filament of bulb has a 1 ohm resistivity and is connected to a voltage 220 V. How much electric charge will pass through the fiber when the electric current passes for 10 seconds? - Two resistors

Two resistors when they give 25 ohms in series and 4 ohms in parallel what the values of

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