# What is the relationship between power and resistance?

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What is the relationship between power and resistance?

Resistace  hinders  the  flow  of  curent  and  causes  a voltage  drop , thus  power loss at  the  resistive area hence  power  is  dissipated.

P = I2R

Where P = power

I = Current

R = Resistance

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