# Question #b66f4

##### 2 Answers

Current= voltage divided by Resistance.

#### Explanation:

Here resistance is constant ( ALMOst).
so when voltage increases the current also increases.

Nov 10, 2016

For constant resistance $V \propto I$ so current will double.

#### Explanation:

From Ohm's law: $R = \frac{V}{I}$

So for constant resistance: $V \propto I$ where V is potential difference and I is current. If the potential difference is doubled then the directly proportional relationship means that the current will double also.