The current formula is derived from the Ohms law. Current is defined as the flow of electrons in an electric circuit. The flow of electrons occurs due to potential differences. The current is also known as the rate of change of charge with time. Current is represented by I and SI unit of current is Ampere. Let us learn the application of the current formula in the section below.
What Is the Current Formula?
According to Ohm's law, the current is the ratio of the potential difference and the resistance. Thus, the current formula is given by: I = V/R
I represent current in Ampere,
V is the potential difference in Volt
R is the resistance in Ohm(Ω).
Let us see the applications of the current formula in the following solved examples section.
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