Ohm's Law At MyOwnElectronicTrix.com
Table Of Definition 

V =  Voltage in volts 
A =  Electric current in amps 
R =  Resistance the opposition of electrical current in ohms 
P =  Power measured in watts 
V = 
A x R  A = 
V / R 
P / A  P / V  
SQRT ( P x R )  SQRT ( P / R )  
R = 
V / A  P = 
V x A 
V² / P  V² / R 

P / A²  A² x R 
For Example: If you're operation an appliance that uses 1200 watts at 120 volts AC, what is the current drawn in amp? 10 amp = 1200 Watts / 120 Volts What is the resistance in ohms? 12 Ohms = 120 Volt² / 1200 watts 
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