AP Physics 1 & 2 Ohm's Law & Power
V. Electricity & Magnetism: Lecture 4 | 10:35 min
If you think back to mechanics, we learned about mass, displacement, velocity, acceleration, and time. These acted as our building blocks for more advanced topics, such as energy and work. Now, in circuits we have current, resistance, and voltage as our building blocks, and with them we can build up to more advanced equations. Ohms law is the law that you will commit to memory by simple repetition; it is the all-abiding law that circuitry follows, and will be incredibly useful in your circuit-related endeavors. Power is another important aspect of circuitry, and can be found labelled on cords and chargers in your home along with the voltage and current; check them out!