Resistors and Ohm's Law Video Lessons

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Problem: The resistance of the ideal wires in our problem isa. Equal to the power dissipated by the wireb. Zeroc. Directly proportional to the current in the wired. Inversely proportional to the potential difference across the wire

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An ideal wire is defined as a simple conductor with no resistance.

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The resistance of the ideal wires in our problem is

a. Equal to the power dissipated by the wire

b. Zero

c. Directly proportional to the current in the wire

d. Inversely proportional to the potential difference across the wire

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