# SOLUTION: Electric current (i) flowing in a circuit is inversely proportional to resistance (R).The current flow is 2 amps. When the resistance is 3 ohms.Find (1) the resistance when the

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 Question 626603: Electric current (i) flowing in a circuit is inversely proportional to resistance (R).The current flow is 2 amps. When the resistance is 3 ohms.Find (1) the resistance when the current flow is 5 and 6 amps.respectly. (2) the current flow in a circuit when the resistance is 4 and 6 ohms respectly.Found 2 solutions by Alan3354, ewatrrr:Answer by Alan3354(30993)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Electric current (i) flowing in a circuit is inversely proportional to resistance (R).The current flow is 2 amps. When the resistance is 3 ohms. ------------- V = I*R 6 = 2*3 ----------- Find (1) the resistance when the current flow is 5 and 6 amps R = 6/I I = 5 amps R = 6/5 = 1.2 ohms -------- R = 6/6 = 1 amp ----------------- (2) the current flow in a circuit when the resistance is 4 and 6 ohms respectly. I = 6/4 = 1.5 amps ---- I = 6/6 = 1 amp Answer by ewatrrr(10682)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! ``` Hi, Electric current (i) flowing in a circuit is inversely proportional to resistance (R). The current flow is 2 amps. When the resistance is 3 ohms: , 2 = k/3, k = 6 (1) the resistance when the current flow is 5 and 6 amps.respectly. 6/5 ohms = R, 6/6 ohms = R (2) the current flow in a circuit when the resistance is 4 and 6 ohms respectly. i = 6/4 amps, i = 6/6 amps ```