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The Relationship Between the Potential Difference and the Current in a Conductor is Stated in the Form of a Law. Name the Law. and What Does the Slope of V-i Graph for a Conductor Represent? and Name the Material Used for Making the Connecting Wire. - ICSE Class 10 - Physics

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The relationship between the potential difference and the current in a conductor is stated in the form of a law.

1) Name the law.

2) What does the slope of V-I graph for a conductor represent?

3) Name the material used for making the connecting wire.

Solution

1) The relationship between the potential difference and the current in a conductor is given by Ohm’s law.

2) The slope of the V–I graph gives the resistance of the conductor.

Slope  = `V/I = R`

3) The material used for making connecting wires is copper.

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Solution The Relationship Between the Potential Difference and the Current in a Conductor is Stated in the Form of a Law. Name the Law. and What Does the Slope of V-i Graph for a Conductor Represent? and Name the Material Used for Making the Connecting Wire. Concept: Ohm’s Law.
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