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I am currently self-learning Ohm’s Law. My current approach is researching Ohm’s law and using multiple sources of information to gather relevant details about Ohm’s Law, like who discovered the laws and what the laws explain, and its concepts, like Voltage and Current.

This approach is making me question the efficiency of this method because I am finding many concepts revolving around Ohm's Law, and I want to learn each concept in depth, but I'm not sure if this is just a waste of time and if I should just stick to learning the general definition or idea of each concept which I can then connect to Ohm's Law.

Would it be better to learn the broad idea of Ohm’s Law and then learn each concept like Voltage separately, or current separately, in-depth? By in-depth I mean I try to learn most of the things about the concept and the topics that it connects to. Or, would it be better to make one big attempt at trying to tackle Ohm’s Law idea, plus its concepts like voltage, current, resistance, power, series circuits, etc? Thanks to anyone that responds!

This approach is making me question the efficiency of this method because I am finding many concepts revolving around Ohm's Law, and I want to learn each concept in depth, but I'm not sure if this is just a waste of time and if I should just stick to learning the general definition or idea of each concept which I can then connect to Ohm's Law.

Would it be better to learn the broad idea of Ohm’s Law and then learn each concept like Voltage separately, or current separately, in-depth? By in-depth I mean I try to learn most of the things about the concept and the topics that it connects to. Or, would it be better to make one big attempt at trying to tackle Ohm’s Law idea, plus its concepts like voltage, current, resistance, power, series circuits, etc? Thanks to anyone that responds!

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