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=> Current = 500 / 220 = 2.27 Amperes. Now, the resistance can be found out by substituting the values of Current and Voltage in Ohm’s Law. This is the required answer. Hope my answer helped !

## What is the resistance of electric iron?

(2) According to ohm’s law the current through a conductor between two points is directly proportional to the voltage across the two points. R is constant called resistance. Therefore, the resistance of the electric iron is **31.25 Ω** and the current flowing through it is 7.04 A.

## What do you mean by an electric iron of 500w power?

Explanation: it means that **it will consume electricity at the rate of 500 joules per second**.

## What is the resistance of an electric iron if the rating of electric iron is 220 volt and 500 watts?

=> Current = 500 / 220 = **2.27 Amperes**. Now, the resistance can be found out by substituting the values of Current and Voltage in Ohm’s Law. This is the required answer. Hope my answer helped !

## Which iron box consumes less electricity?

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## What is the resistance of electric lamp?

the resistance of an electric lamp filament is **230 ohms** .

## What is the resistance formula?

**Resistance** has units of ohms (Ω), related to volts and amperes by 1 Ω = 1 V/A. There is a voltage or IR drop across a resistor, caused by the current flowing through it, given by V = IR.

## How much current will an electric toaster draw from a 220v source if the resistance of the toaster is 100 Ω?

Thus **2.2 A** current is drawn.

## What does 1500w mean?

Your electric **heater wattage** tells how much electricity is needed to power it. … Let’s go ahead and assume you’ve got a 1,500-watt heater. Since 1,000 watts equals 1 kilowatt, that means your heater uses 1.5 kilowatts of power.

## What does W mean on heaters?

Watts are **a unit of power representing an energy transfer of one joule per second** and is part of the International System of Units.