# If a current of #4 A# passing through a circuit generates #96 W# of power, what is the resistance of the circuit?

Power= current squared x Resistance.

4 x 4 x R=96, resulting in R= 96/16, or 6 amps.

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The resistance of the circuit is 6 ohms.

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