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A circuit with a resistance of 240 ohms is given a voltage of 60 Volts. What is the calculated current, in amps, that will run through the circuit?(1 point)

4.0 A

2.5 A

14,400 A

0.25 A

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  1. E = IR, so the current is 60/240 = 0.25 A

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