Ro×l÷a is the one form of answer and
V÷I  is also the answer
Ro×l÷a is the one form of answer

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Voltage per current  (v/i)
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R=V÷I

R= Resistance value(ohm)

V=Potential different between two point(volt)

I=Current(Amp)

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