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Ohm’s Law: As long as physical conditions (such as dimensions, pressure, temperature etc.) are constant, the potential difference or voltage applied across the conductor is directly proportional to current flowing through it. 

 i.e. V α I or V = RI, where R= constant of proportionality called resistance of the conductor.

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Ohms law -States that the current flows in a circuit is directly proportional to the applied voltage (V) and inversely the proportional resistance provided with the temperature main constant

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