# What is the relationship between the slope and the resistance?

Table of Contents

- 1 What is the relationship between the slope and the resistance?
- 2 What is the slope of Ohm’s law?
- 3 How do you find resistance in physics?
- 4 How will you obtain the resistance of a conductor from a VI graph?
- 5 What does Ohms law say how is it relevant to this experiment?
- 6 What is the product of resistance and current in ohms law?
- 7 What is the behavior of slop with the resistance?
- 8 How do you calculate the slope of a voltage curve?

## What is the relationship between the slope and the resistance?

The relationship between voltage and current is Ohm’s Law, and the slope of the line from a graph of the two is the value of the resistance in the circuit. The Ohm’s Law equation can be represented in three ways: R = V / I (resistance = voltage divided by current)

## What is the slope of Ohm’s law?

According to owm’s law current I∝V=R1V. where R1 is the constant of proportionality which is called conductance. we can see from the graph that I∝V so slope will be conductance or Resistance is IV and thence the slope of given graph is the inverse of resistance, which is conductance.

**Does the slope represent resistance?**

The slope of the line is the value of the resistance. A resistor is ‘non-Ohmic’ if the graph of voltage versus current is not a straight line. For example, if resistance changes as voltage changes, the graph of voltage versus current might show a curve with a changing slope.

### How do you find resistance in physics?

Resistance has units of ohms (Ω), related to volts and amperes by 1 Ω = 1 V/A. There is a voltage or IR drop across a resistor, caused by the current flowing through it, given by V = IR.

### How will you obtain the resistance of a conductor from a VI graph?

The slope of V-I graph gives the resistance of the conductor. R is the constant for the given metallic wire at a given temperature and is called it’s resistance.

**How do you verify Ohm’s law?**

An voltmeter is used to measure the potential difference across the resistor. It is connected in parallel with resistor. To verify Ohm’s law, the student has to change the voltage of the source and observe the relation between the change in potential difference across the test resistor and change in the current in it.

#### What does Ohms law say how is it relevant to this experiment?

Ohm’s law helps us in determining either voltage, current or impedance or resistance of a linear electric circuit when the other two quantities are known to us. It also makes power calculation simpler.

#### What is the product of resistance and current in ohms law?

Alternate statements of Ohm’s law are that the current I in a conductor equals the potential difference V across the conductor divided by the resistance of the conductor, or simply I = V/R, and that the potential difference across a conductor equals the product of the current in the conductor and its resistance, V = IR …

**Does the slope of the graph equal the resistance when voltage?**

Hi, yes the slope of the graph does equal the resistance when voltage is plotted against current. Hope the diagram below gives an easy, understandable explanation! If you plotted the other way around of current versus voltage, the slope would be “conductance” which is the reciprocal of “resistance”.

## What is the behavior of slop with the resistance?

Today you’ll learn the behavior of slop with the resistance. Let’s check the Ohm’s law plot for different resistors. One can easily understand that increase of resistance decreases the slope of the graph. The maximum height of slope actually represents the current.

## How do you calculate the slope of a voltage curve?

If voltage is plotted on Y -axis and current on X -axis as it is done for a power supply or DC generator, then by definition slope will be (delta y / delta x) = voltage / current and its dimensions will be that of resistance or ohms.

**How do you calculate voltage using Ohm’s law?**

The triangle for Ohm’s law: If the value of voltage is asked and the values of the current and resistance are given, then to calculate voltage simply cover V at the top. So, we are left with the I and R orI X R. So, the equation for Voltage is Current multiplied by Resistance.