how to find the resistance

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how to find the resistance..

Answer / sindhejs

To find the resistance of the conducting device, apply the
ohms law to it. That is connect the voltage source to it,
apply the voltage and note down the current and volotage.
By using the formula V=I*R, calculate the Resistance R.

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how to find the resistance..

Answer / hitendra

By colour coading system we find out resistance but, it
must be standard.

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how to find the resistance..

Answer / manda

hi frinds,
it is applicable in resistive device and dc system,

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