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Which statement describes the relationship of voltage and current? Voltage is directly proportional to current because I = . Voltage is inversely proportional to current because I = . Voltage is directly proportional to current because I = VR. Voltage is inversely proportional to current because I = VR.

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Craig Stewart on January 19, 2018

By definition, ohm's law, we have that: Where, V: voltage I: current R: resistance Therefore, we have that the relationship between the voltage and the current is proportional. The constant of proportionality for this case is the resistance. For the current we have: The constant of proportionality for this case is the inverse of the resistance. Answer: A statement that describes the relationship of voltage and current is: The voltage is directly proportional to the current since I = V / R


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