Flashcard 3 - Electronics Information Flashcard Set for the ASVAB


The correct answer is:

\(Amperes = \frac{Volts}{Ohms}\)
\(I = \frac{V}{R}\)
where amperes is a measurement of the current (\(I\)), volts is a measure of the voltage (\(V\)), and ohms is the measurement of the resistance (\(R\)).


For example, if a \(6\) volt current travels through a \(12\) ohm resistor, what is the current strength?
\(I = \frac{6}{12} = 0.5 \;amperes\)

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