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# How do you find the resistance of an application that draws 7A of current from 120V source?

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- frank lynnLv 69 months agoFavorite Answer
Since Ohm's Law determines that Volts are developed by the current flowing through a resistance with the equation V=IR, you determine R = V/I = 120V/7A = 17.1 Ohms resistance.

- MyRankLv 69 months ago
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Current (I) = 7AVoltage (v) = 120vResistance (R) = ?Using Ohm’s law:-Voltage (v) = current (I) x Resistance (R)Resistance (R) = voltage (v) / current (I) = 120v / 7A = 17.14Ω∴ Resistance (R) = 17.14Ω.

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