Hello, I've been working with some electrical stuff at my internship lately, but I don't have any real background in it, so I've been trying to learn what I can from the internet. One thing that I don't get involves Ohms law: If I have a circuit powered by 10V with just a 1 Ohm resistor, the current flow will be 10A (I think). If that resistor is replaced by a motor, which would have a much larger resistance, the current flow will drop according to I=V/R. But common sense tells me that a larger motor would need more current for it to run. I'm sure I'm confusing the concepts. Basically, I can't mesh the idea that current draw will be higher to power larger motors and the idea that I=V/R. I hope that makes sense, any response would really be appreciated, thanks!