# Given the following information; Current = 3.2 A; V = 110 V, what is the Resistance? 34.4 Ω 32.2 Ω 34.8 Ω 28.9 Ω?

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- oldschoolLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
Ohm's Law V = I*R and V/I = R = 110V/3.2A = 34.375 or about 34.4Ω

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- MyRankLv 61 year ago
Given,

Current (I) = 3.2A

Voltage (v) = 110v

Resistance (R) = ?

Using ohm’s law:-

Voltage (v) = current (I) x Resistance (R)

→ Resistance (R) = voltage (v) / current (I) = 110v / 3.2A

= 34.37 ≈ 34.4Ω

∴ Resistance (R) = 34.4Ω.

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- Anonymous1 year ago
110/3.2 Ω = 34.375 Ω

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- electron1Lv 71 year ago
V = I * R

110 = 3.2 * R

R = 110 ÷ 3.2 = 3.4375 Ω

Rounded to three significant digits, the resistance is 34.4 Ω

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