the resistance is said 2 b 1 ohm wen a current of 1 ampere is flowin through a circuit whose potential differeende is 1 volt.... hehehe i guess its r8...

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nikhilnikhilc96... answered this

simply, an ohm is also defined as the unit of resistance...........

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Revanth answered this

1 ohm= 1ampere/1 volt

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Guru Prasad Singh answered this

One ohm is defined as that resistance of an object when a current of 1 ampere flows through an object having a voltage(potential difference) of 1 Volt. In Mathematical Expression,

R=V/I

=> 1ohm= 1volt/1ampere

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Guru Prasad Singh answered this

here's one mistake-- do notice it-->

1ohm is not equal to 1 A by 1V

Infact it shud be 1ohm=1V/1A

Hope u got it!!

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Revanth answered this

i 'm sorry i wrote it by mistake,

thanks for correcting me

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amit.yeswant.kumar73... answered this

r=ro*(l/A)

i.e; in any unit area for unit length the resistivity of material is unity then the resistance of material is 1 ohm...

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Salma J answered this

Resistance of a conductor is said to be 1 ohm if a potential difference of 1 volt across the ends of the conductor makes a current of 1 Ampere to flow through it.