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Ohm law's

  1. Aug 16, 2006 #1
    I really have confuse about some formula I did, I'll tell u, it is made by Ohm law ok,

    everyone knows V= I*R
    the I is current and it I= C\T, C = coulomb Right
    and V = J \ c

    SO R = V \ I Ohm law

    R = Jt\ c2 In this formula the T if it increasing the R will increase too

    this is right or no, plase if anyone can explain to me!!!!!!!!
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  3. Aug 16, 2006 #2


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    If the same number of coulombs flow through a resistance in a larger time period, then certainly the resistance is larger.

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