which of the following would double the amount of current flowing through a piece of metal wire

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    • #5740
      FourFed
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      which of the following would double the amount of current flowing through a piece of metal wire

      A) Halve the voltage across it.

      B) Double the voltage across it.

      C) Quarter the voltage across it.

      D) Quadruple the voltage across it.

    • #5748
      Michal
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      The answer is (B)

      as we know the current i=v/r

      by doubling the voltage, you can double the current through the wire.

      Use the ohm law calculator to find out https://electric-shocks.com/state-and-explain-ohms-law/

    • #91035
      DavidGreen
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      Hello, i am facing a problem, can i ask a question?

    • #20327
      Lezee
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      This looks really interesting

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