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'increasing of resistance voltage increase

increasing of voltage current increase
so, current should be increased with the increaseing of resistance' -
but it is contrary to ohms law or practical life as we know current decrease with the increasing of resistance- please explain where did i mistake?


Lets see the derivation,
By ohm's law we know that:-
 Potential Difference(V) is directly proportional to Current(I)
Therefore, V = IR (Where R is constant of proportionality, know as Resistance)
=> V/R = I
As current(I) is inversely proportional to R, so current will be decreased whaen the resistance will increase.
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