How to answer this physics question?
The current in a variable resistor to which a given voltage is applied is found to vary inversely with the resistance. What is the shape of the current resistance curve? How could these variables be changed in order for a straight-line graph to be obtained?
- billrussell42Lv 76 months ago
I = E/R, so yes, you get a hyperbola.
use conductance G = 1/R
then I = EG which is linear