Problem: If the resistance in a circuit connected to a constant current is halved, how is the voltage in the circuit affected?Select one:a. The voltage is reduced by a factor of 4.b. The voltage is quadrupled.c. The voltage remains constant.d. The voltage is reduced by a factor of 2.e. The voltage is doubled.

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Ohm's law:

V=iR

Current is constant.

V0 = iR

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If the resistance in a circuit connected to a constant current is halved, how is the voltage in the circuit affected?
Select one:

a. The voltage is reduced by a factor of 4.
b. The voltage is quadrupled.
c. The voltage remains constant.
d. The voltage is reduced by a factor of 2.
e. The voltage is doubled.

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