Students will learn a basic understanding of electric circuits and how to apply Ohm's law.
Discusses resistance and the use of Ohm’s Law in circuit calculations.
An interesting explanation is made to why some animals die on high voltage wires and others do not.
A light bulb is used as an example to explain current traveling through resistor circuits.
Introduces Ohm's law and how it relates potential difference, resistance, and current.
Determining the current using the equation I = ÎQ / Ît where ÎQ represents that magnitude of charge
Solving Ohm's Law word problems using the equation V = IR
Solving problems involving power using the equation P = VI
Solving problems involving power using Ohm's law and the equation P = IV
Solve problems involving V = IR and predict the affect of resistance and voltage on the current.
Reviews the use of Ohm's law and the effects of increasing and decreasing resistance in a circuit.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Ohm's Law.
This is an activity for students to complete after reading the Resistance and Ohms Law Concept
This study guide is an overview of circuits and circuit diagrams. It discusses voltage, current, Ohm's law, loop rule, and junction rule and reviews how to solve resistors in series, resistors in parallel, capacitors in series, and capacitors in parallel.
Practice problems covering Ohm's law and relating potential difference, resistance, and current.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Ohm's Law.