. The graph between V and I for a conductor is a straight
line passing through the origin. Which law is illustrated by such a graph? What should remain constant in a statement of this law?
- Ohm's law is illustrated by the V-I graph of a conductor.
- According to Ohm's law, the conductor's temperature remains constant.
- Ohm's law states that the potential difference across the conductor (V) is directly proportional to the current flowing through it (I), provided all physical conditions and temperature remain constant.
Ohm’s law is illustrated by V-I Graph and the temperature of the conductor remain constant in a statement of this law.