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hello all the people,

in the formula V=IR where V is voltage, I is current and R is resistance. suppose the value of R slowly decreases to "0". in real world, i have been said, it is impossible to have some conductor with zero resistance. which means R tends toward zero without ever reaching it. now i think this is a calculus problem with which you fine people can help me.

suppose V is constant, say, 5V. how do we take limit such that when R tends to "0", "I" become infinite. please show me the light. i'm grateful.

cheers

in the formula V=IR where V is voltage, I is current and R is resistance. suppose the value of R slowly decreases to "0". in real world, i have been said, it is impossible to have some conductor with zero resistance. which means R tends toward zero without ever reaching it. now i think this is a calculus problem with which you fine people can help me.

suppose V is constant, say, 5V. how do we take limit such that when R tends to "0", "I" become infinite. please show me the light. i'm grateful.

cheers

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