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Problem: The power dissipated in a resistor can be written as _____.A. (ΔVR)2/RB. IΔVRC. I2RD. All of the listed answers are correct.E. None of the listed answers are correct.

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The power dissipated in a resistor is expressed as:

P=(VR)2R

P = (ΔVR)2/R

From Ohm's law:

R = ΔVR/I

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The power dissipated in a resistor can be written as _____.

A. (ΔVR)2/R

B. IΔVR

C. I2R

D. All of the listed answers are correct.

E. None of the listed answers are correct.

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