Problem: A wire with resistance R is connected to the terminals of a 6.0 V battery. What is the potential difference ΔV between the ends of the wire and the current I through it if the wire has the following resistances?a. 1.0 Ωb. 2.0 Ωc. 3.0 Ω

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The current in the wire is given by:

I=VR

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A wire with resistance R is connected to the terminals of a 6.0 V battery. What is the potential difference ΔV between the ends of the wire and the current I through it if the wire has the following resistances?

a. 1.0 Ω

b. 2.0 Ω

c. 3.0 Ω

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