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    ohm's law

    Using Ohm's law, what is the total current flow in the circuit? 6 kilo-0hms
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    Quote Originally Posted by blacklionqs12 View Post
    Using Ohm's law, what is the total current flow in the circuit? 6 kilo-0hms
    Ohm's law is:

    I=\frac{V}{R}

    Preferably with current in amps, voltage in volts and resistance in Ohms. In this case R=6000 \Omega but without the voltage we can go no further.

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    Hi blacklionqs12,

    My physics isn't that strong. Ohm's law is I=\frac{V}{R} . We have R=6~k\Omega and so I=\left(\frac{V}{6}\right)~mA . Is there any more information or a diagram?
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    2~k\Omega + 4~k\Omega
    =6
    ~k\Omega

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