Explain how voltage current and resistance could interact to give a person a
severe electrical shock if he or she touched an electrical wire in the wrong

  1. 👍
  2. 👎
  3. 👁
  1. We will be happy to critique your thoughts. Please avoid screen name changes in future questions.

    1. 👍
    2. 👎
  2. I don't change my screen name...I live with 6 roomates and we all share the same computer to ask questions on here. . . but its not the same user. . .

    1. 👍
    2. 👎

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. science

    Which circuit will have the greatest electric current? (1 point) circuit 1 circuit 4 circuit 2 circuit 3 Circuit A has a resistance of 7.5 ohms, and circuit B has a resistance of 5 ohms. Which statement about the circuits must be

  2. Physics

    Your lab partner says that a battery provides not a source of constant current, but a source of constant voltage. Do you agree or disagree and why? Also I am really confused with series and parallel circuits like when voltage,

  3. Physics ASAP!!

    1. Three resistors are placed in series. They have the following resistances: R1 = 20 ohms, R2 = 20 ohms, R3 = 10 ohms. What current would be moved through this circuit by a 5-V power supply? A. 1.0 A B. 0.10 A C. 25 A D. 250 A 2.

  4. physics

    which one of the following statements concerning an ac circuit is true? a) when only resistance is present in an ac circuit, voltage and current are in phase. b) on average, the power dissipated by resistor in an ac circuit is

  1. algebra

    The current I in an electrical conductor varies inversely as the resistance R of the conductor. The current is 50 amps when the resistances is 20 ohms. What is the current when the resistance is 60 ohms?

  2. physics (thxs again)

    Thank you for the help :) A certain sample carries a current of 4A when the potential difference is 2V and a current of 10A when the potential difference is 4V. This samples is: a) obeys ohm's law b) has a resistance of 0.5 ohms

  3. Calculus

    The voltage,V, in an electrical unit is related to the current,I, and the resistance,R, by the equation V=IR. The current is decreasing at -4amps/sec as the resistance increases at 20ohms/sec. How fast is the voltage changing when

  4. Physics

    In an electrical circuit, the current passing through a conductor varies inversely with the resistance. Suppose that when the current is 8A (amperes), the resistance is 15 ohms. What is the current when the resistance is 4 ohms?

  1. science PLZ HELP

    electric charges that are different A) attract each other B) repel each other C) exist in pairs D) do not interact Magnetic field lines around a bar magnet A) are only perpendicular to the magnet B) spread out from one pole and

  2. Physics

    I need help on this question: Light bulbs are often assumed to obey Ohm's law. However, this is not really true because their resistance increases substantially as the filament heats up in its "working" state. A typical flashlight

  3. algebra

    If the voltage V, in an electric circuit is held constant,the current,I,is inversely proportional to the resistance,R. If the current is 490 milliamperes when the resistance is 5 ohms,find the current when the resistance is 35

  4. math

    Electrical system are governed by Ohm's law, which states that V = IR, where V=voltate, I=current, and R=resistance. If the current in an electrical system is decreasing at a rate of 9 A/s while the voltage remains constant at 14

You can view more similar questions or ask a new question.