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Solution: The current in a resistor decreases by 2.27 A when the voltage applied across the resistor decreases from 12.3 V to 4.26 V. Find the resistance of the resistor. 1. 0.892638 2. 4.37778 3. 7.76768 4. 3.54185 5. 2.65823 6. 4.25074 7. 4.50218 8. 3.12424 9. 3.48214 10. 5.13265

Problem

The current in a resistor decreases by 2.27 A when the voltage applied across the resistor decreases from 12.3 V to 4.26 V. Find the resistance of the resistor.

1. 0.892638

2. 4.37778

3. 7.76768

4. 3.54185

5. 2.65823

6. 4.25074

7. 4.50218

8. 3.12424

9. 3.48214

10. 5.13265