**Voltage**,

**Power**,

**Current**, and

**Resistance**) that is present in a linear circuit.

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From the chart above we have:

**I**which is the current in Amperes (A)

**V**which is the voltage in volts (V)

**P**which is the power in Watts (W) and

**R**which is the resistance in Ohms (Ω)

1. Green background

Current (I) = E/R or Voltage / Resistance

= P/V or Power / Voltage

= √(P/R) or square root of Power / Resistance

2. Yellow Background

Resistance (Ω) = P/I

= E

= E/I or Voltage / Current

3. Red Background

Power(W) = E*I or Voltage * Current

= I

=V

4. Blue Background

Voltage (V) = I*R or Current * Resistance

= P/I or Power / Current

= √(P*R) or square root of Power * Resistance

You can visit also the Ohm's Law calculator to see this formulas in action.

^{2}or Power/Current squared= E

^{2}/P or Voltage squared / Power= E/I or Voltage / Current

3. Red Background

Power(W) = E*I or Voltage * Current

= I

^{2}*R or Current squared * Resistance=V

^{2}/R or Voltage squared / Resistance4. Blue Background

Voltage (V) = I*R or Current * Resistance

= P/I or Power / Current

= √(P*R) or square root of Power * Resistance

You can visit also the Ohm's Law calculator to see this formulas in action.

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This is a pie chart of formulas and electrical relationship regarding Ohm's Law. It is the list of relationship of four electrical quantities (Voltage,Power,Current, and Resistance) that is present in a linear circuit.

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