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BASIC ELECTRONICS 
Chapter 2

OHMS LAW
  

    Troubleshooting Laboratory 

Ohms Law Lecture (MP3)

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The current produced in a circuit by a DC voltage is directly proportional to the DC voltage.  The constant of proportionality is resistance, R which is a property of matter and resistor demensions. 

V = IR 

Ohms Low Demonstration
for I =V/R


Listen to Current/Voltage Lecture (MP3)

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