Solving for E — WSU

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Solving for E Given the following information, solve for E. E is unknown, The current (I) in a circuit is 2A. The resistance (R) is 6 ohms. To solve for the Electromotive force (E) required to produce such a current, cover the E as shown below; I and R remain visible. The answer would be E = I x R, or E = 2A x 6 ohms, resulting in E = 12V.
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