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# Ohm's Law

## When electricity passes through a resistor it loses voltage and releases power.

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## Basic Ohm's Law Problems - Overview

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## Power in Direct Current Circuits - Overview

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## Basic Ohm's Law Problems - Example 1

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Determining the current using the equation I = ÎQ / Ît where ÎQ represents that magnitude of charge
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## Basic Ohm's Law Problems - Example 2

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Solving Ohm's Law word problems using the equation V = IR
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## Power (Electromagnetism) - Example 1

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Solving problems involving power using the equation P = VI
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## Power (Electromagnetism) - Example 2

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Solving problems involving power using Ohm's law and the equation P = IV
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## Ohm's Law Flashcards

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These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Ohm's Law.
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