When the resistance in a circuit remains constant, how are the voltage and current related?

By Allen Kazadi
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When the resistance in a circuit remains constant, how are the voltage and current related?

A. The current doubles when the voltage doubles because they are directly proportional.
B. The current doubles when the voltage doubles because they are inversely proportional.
C. The current is cut in half when the voltage doubles because they are directly proportional.
D. The current is cut in half when the voltage doubles because they are inversely proportional.

Answer:

A. The current doubles when the voltage doubles because they are directly proportional.

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