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The power consumed by a 2.2 k ohms resistor is 240 me. What is the current level through the resistor?

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Feb 23

To find the current level through the resistor, we can use the formula for power:

P = I^2 * R

Where:

P = Power consumed by the resistor (240 mW = 0.24 W)

I = Current through the resistor

R = Resistance of the resistor (2.2 k ohms = 2200 ohms)

Now we can rearrange the formula to solve for current:

I = sqrt(P / R)

I = sqrt(0.24 / 2200)

I = sqrt(0.000109)

I = 0.01 A

Therefore, the current level through the resistor is 0.01 A.

P = I^2 * R

Where:

P = Power consumed by the resistor (240 mW = 0.24 W)

I = Current through the resistor

R = Resistance of the resistor (2.2 k ohms = 2200 ohms)

Now we can rearrange the formula to solve for current:

I = sqrt(P / R)

I = sqrt(0.24 / 2200)

I = sqrt(0.000109)

I = 0.01 A

Therefore, the current level through the resistor is 0.01 A.