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That is, if the current is fixed, then the resistor defines the voltage. .... An example would be a single resistor connected across a voltage source.

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That is, if the current is fixed, then the resistor defines the voltage. .... An example would be a single resistor connected across a voltage source.

https://www.quora.com/Why-do-resistors-affect-voltage-in-a-serial-circuit-but-current-in-a-parallel-circuit

Resistors affect both current and voltage. They do it in a linear fashion. So your question is in relation to the total componet? If one were to ...

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Resistors are “passive” devices, that is they do not produce or consume any ... In DC circuits the linear ratio of voltage to current in a resistor is called its ... To compare the AC heating effect to an equivalent DC the rms values must be used.

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The direction of current flow does not affect what the current does within the circuit. ... Linear resistance obeys Ohm's Law as the voltage across the resistor is  ...

https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/The_role_of_resistors_in_electrical_circuits

Aug 3, 2018 ... It can be used to reduce the available voltage or current present in a circuit. While there are differences in how a resistor affects the two different ...

If there were no resistors on the wire, and V=IR, would there be 0 voltage? .... The "signal" to slow down is sent by that repulsion effect, also near the speed of ...

https://socratic.org/questions/how-do-resistors-affect-capacitors

Jul 8, 2018 ... When capacitors and resistors are connected together the resistor resists ... If a voltage is applied to a capacitor through a series resistor, the ...