what name is used for a high-power variable resistor? A. relay B. carbon resistor C. rheostat

what name is used for a high-power variable resistor? Potentiometer

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what is the total resistance of a circuit that contains two oms resistors connected in parallel? A. 10 oms B. 30 oms C. 50 oms D. 150 oms

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which one of the following is the correct formula for finding power in a DC circuit? A. P = IR B. P = I2 R C. P = ER D. P = E2I

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what is the resistance in a circuit that has a voltage of 60 V and a current of 2 A? A. 10 oms B. 30 oms C. 60 oms D. 120 oms

Weegy: Ohm's law is V = I·R. You know V and I, so you can calculate R using R = V/I.
60 V / 2 A = 30
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what is the resistance in a circuit that has a voltage of 60V and a current of 2 A?

Weegy: The resistance in a circuit that has a voltage of 60V and a current of 2 A is 30 ohms.
User: what is the power of a parallel circuit with a resistance of 1,000 oms and a current of 0.03 A? Weegy: The power of a parallel circuit with a resistance of 1,000 oms and a current of 0.03 A is 0.9 watts.
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which of the following is the correct Ohm's law formula used to find current? A. I= R/E B. I= E/R C. I = E2/R D. I= PR

Weegy: The correct Ohm's law formula used to find current is B. I = E/R.
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