# if voltage is 230 Volts , frequency is 50 Hz and current is 1 ampere then what will be the resistance?

if voltage is 230 Volts , frequency is 50 Hz and current is 1 ampere then what will be the resistance?

As
V = 230v and
I = 1A

Therfore by ohm's law
V =IR
R = V/I
=230/1
=230 ohm

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