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According to Ohm's law: 

(1) The voltage is constant to current (2) The voltage is proportional to current (3) Voltage is inversely proportional to current (4) The voltage is proportional to resistance

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According to Ohm's law: The voltage is proportional to current.

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The voltage of the conductors directly proportional to both current and resistance
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At constant temperature current passing through a conductor is directly proporstional to voltage across a conductor

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