Question

What is the slope in units of current vs. voltage graph?

what is the slope in units of current vs. voltage? would it be ohms?

Answer

I think you've got it!

The slope is defined as the change in y divided by the change in x. In this case, it would be your change in voltage/change in current. Ohm's law gives you the relationship between the resistance (ohms), current (amps) and voltage (volts).

So your slope would be the resistance in.....Ohms.

Good luck!

Feb 23 at 15:20