The current (I) in an electric circuit is inversely proportional to the resistance (R). If the current is 2 amp when the resistance is 6 ohms, find the resistance when the current is 1.7 amps. Round to the nearest hundredth.

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The current (I) in an electric circuit is inversely proportional to the resistance (R). If the current is 2 amp when the resistance is 6 ohms, find the resistance when the current is 1.7 amps. Round to the nearest hundredth.

Idont know sorry i have noting like this

Answer: b 2 = 1.

step-by-step explanation: given equation a = h(b 1+b 2)

also we are given values of a, h and b 1 as :

a = 16, h = 4, and b 1 = 3.

in order to solve it for b 2, we need to plug the given values of a, h and b 1 .

therefore, plugging values of a, h and b 1 in given equation, we get

16 = 4( 3 + b 2)

first dividing both sides by 4, we get

[tex]\frac{16}{4} =\frac{4( 3 + b 2)}{4}[/tex]

4 = 3 + b 2

subtracting 3 from both sides, we get

4 -3 = 3 -3 + b 2

1 = b 2.

therefore, b 2= 1.

alright well the answers to your question is

2xy/9 hope this have a nice day : )

step-by-step explanation:

$9.89

step-by-step explanation:

9.90 = p x .06 x .25 (3/12 changed to a decimal)

9.90 = p x 0.015

9.90 - 0.015 = p

9.89 = p