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Basics of Electrical Technology

Comments about Module 6: Basic Laws of Electricity - Ohm's Law

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    awo babatunde Nigeria states that the current through a conductor between two points is directly proportional to the potential difference across the two points. Introducing the constant of proportionality, the resistance, one arrives at the usual mathematical equation that describes this relationship:
    2015-04-09 15:04:45

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    Emma Christine Hourigan Australia this subject should have been placed at the start of the series., straight after Safety module, it was very hard to understand further topics without having this basic understanding of all the abreviated words.
    2015-03-08 03:03:57

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    Nick Williamson Australia Why only ohms law and not changed with time
    2014-11-28 10:11:04

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    Sangip Giri Nepal Describe the ohms law
    2014-08-18 11:08:49

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    Prashant Sharma India Where the ohm's law find its significance?
    2014-07-25 08:07:37

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    IFESINACHI NDUKA Nigeria What is Ohm's Law?
    2014-06-27 18:06:12

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      IFESINACHI NDUKA Nigeria Ohm's law states that at a constant temperature, the voltage (potential difference) across any closed circuit is proportional to the current flowing through it
      2014-06-27 18:06:40
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