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Hi All!

I am trying to convert a current of 795mA to a temperature in degrees celcius but I dont understand how to do it.

I realise that Ohms law of V= A/ R is involved somehow but thats the extent of my knowledge.

PLEASE HELP!

I have also been told that in this case the voltage is constant....but I dont even know how this helps me!?

Thanks very much, any help would be much appreciated!

ellie

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# Thermistor Temperature- Ohms Law?

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