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Ohms Law

By Robert Benjamin Post1, Stella Quinones1

1. University of Texas at El Paso

Calculate and observe the relationship between current, voltage, resistance, and power.

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Published on 14 May 2012
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doi:10.4231/D3P26Q30B cite this

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Apply Ohm's Law to calculate the voltage (V), current (I) and/or power (P) based on a range of inputs of the voltage, current and/or resistance. The tool provides the user the option to plot (1) voltage as a function of current; (2) voltage as a function of resistance; (3) current as a function of voltage; (4) current as a function of resistance; (5) power as a function of voltage; (6) power as a function of current; and (7) power as a function of resistance.

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This project is supported by NSF NCN Grant EEC-0634750.

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  • Robert Benjamin Post; Stella Quinones (2014), "Ohms Law," (DOI: 10.4231/D3P26Q30B).

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