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Resistors (and other elements with resistance) oppose the flow of electric current; therefore, electrical energy is required to push current through the resistance.

## How does resistance affect current?

The relationship between resistance and the area of the cross section of a wire is **inversely proportional** . When resistance is increased in a circuit , for example by adding more electrical components , the current decreases as a result.

## What is the relationship between electric current and resistance?

The relationship between current, voltage and resistance is expressed by Ohm’s Law. This states that the current flowing in a circuit is **directly proportional to the applied voltage and inversely proportional to the resistance of the circuit**, provided the temperature remains constant.

## Does resistance control electric current?

The charge passing through the circuit always passes through an appliance (which acts as a resistor) or through another resistor, which limits the amount of current that can flow through a circuit. … **The appropriate voltage and resistance in a circuit keeps the current in control** and keeps the circuit safe.

## Is voltage directly proportional to resistance?

Ohm’s law Equation tells us that the current in a circuit can be determined if the values of resistance and voltages are known. … Therefore, **voltage is not proportional to resistance**.

## What is resistance and its unit?

Resistance is the hindrance offered by an object to the flow of current through it. Lower is the flow of current, higher is the resistance of a given material. SI unit of resistance is **Ohm (Ω)**.

## Does increasing resistance increase voltage?

If you have a constant current source passing through a resistor, then, yes, **increasing the value of the resistor will increase the voltage drop across it**. Ohm’s Law gives the resistance as the ratio of the voltage and current, as R = V/I. None of these are necessarily constant, all three are variables.

## Why does voltage decrease when current increases?

The current required to carry a given power decrease when you increase the voltage **because the power is the product of the current with the voltage (and power factor)**. as per the formul;I=P/V…… SO if we keep the value of ‘P’ CONSTANT AND VARRY THE VALUE OF ‘V’then we get the value of i will less.