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__Ohm's law states that current flowing through a conductor is directly proportional to the potential difference applied across its ends provided itd temperature is constant.__

According to Ohm's law, if a current I flows through a wire when potential difference across the ends of the wire is V, the resistence offered by the wire to the flow of current is given as below:-

R=V/IAccording to Ohm's law, if a current I flows through a wire when potential difference across the ends of the wire is V, the resistence offered by the wire to the flow of current is given as below:-

R=V/I

**Ohm's Law- At constant Temp. current is directly proportional to the Potential Difference across the two points.**

Ohm's Resistance- Current I flows through a wire whose potential difference across the ends of the wire is V, then the resistance offered by the wire to the flow of current

R=V/I

Ohm's Resistance- Current I flows through a wire whose potential difference across the ends of the wire is V, then the resistance offered by the wire to the flow of current

R=V/I