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Q: A current of 12 amps is measured in a circuit with a total resistance of 9.0 ohms. What is the size of the voltage source that supplies this circuit?
A: By using Ohms law V=IR. The answer is 12 x 9 = 108 V.
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User: A current of 12 amps is measured in a circuit with a total resistance of 9.0 ohms. What is the size of the voltage source that supplies this circuit?

Weegy: By using Ohms law V=IR. The answer is 12 x 9 = 108 V.
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