What is the electric current produced when a voltage of #4 V# is applied to a circuit with a resistance of #80 Omega#?

1 Answer
Mar 30, 2018

Answer:

#0.05 \ "A"#

Explanation:

We use Ohm's law here, which states that,

#V=IR#

  • #V# is the voltage of the circuit in volts

  • #I# is the current produced in amperes

  • #R# is the resistance of the current in ohms

And so, solving for electric current, we get,

#I=V/R#

Now, we just plug in the given values, and we get,

#I=(4 \ "V")/(80 \ Omega)#

#=0.05 \ "A"#