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Nothing. If I is current, V is voltage, and R is resistance, then V=I*R and V*I=P, where P is power.


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V/R = I meaning, Voltage (in volts) divided by Resistance (in Ohms) equals Current (in Amperes, a.k.a. Amps


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Write a C program to find volume of sphere?

#include main () {float v,r,pi;pi=3.141593;printf("Enter radius: ");scanf("%f",&r);v=(4/3)*pi*r*r*r;printf("Volume equals: %f\n",v);}


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How many amps equals 5600 watts?

I=V/R In words, Amps equals power divided by voltage. So you need to know voltage. Assuming 120 volts, Amps=5600/120=46.7


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What is density divided by volume?

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If r equals 5ohm and v equals 220v what is the value of current?

44amp


How do you write m divided by v in density calculations?

d = (m/v)


Why do you represent current as 'i' even though its unit is ampere?

I is just a sign assigned to represent current in equations and ampere stands for its unit of measurement. So I equals V divided by R where I stands for current, V stands for voltage, and R stands for resistance. And thats just as representation all 3 representations have their own measurement units: For I its Ampere, for V its Volts and for R its ohm's.


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Is current the voltage multiplied by resistance?

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Density equals mass divided volume?

yep D=M/V V=M/D M=D x V