Unformatted text preview: Round to final answer of 4.7 x 103 m 3 The voltage across a resistance in an electrical circuit is given by Ohm’s Law (Voltage = Current * Resistance). Using this relationship, complete the following table. (As we will see shortly, voltage and current are signed quantities. For this exercise, only focus on the magnitude of the voltage or current.) Voltage Current Resistance 1.1 V 1.07 mA 1.0 k Ω 1.07V 1.07 mA 1.00 k Ω 20.0 V 1 A 0.02 k Ω 15.0V 2.5 mA 6.0 k 16.7V 3.6 A 4.7 Ω 15mV 1.53 μΑ 9.8 k 0.79 V 105A 7.5m Ω 10.0 kV 10.0kA 1.00 Ω...
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2009 for the course EE 16200 taught by Professor Williamneal during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.
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