How can we proof that Potential difference (v) = Current(I) � Resistance(R)?

According to Ohm’s law, the amount of electric current through a metal conductor at a constant temperature in a circuit is proportional to the voltage across the conducttor. Mathematically expressed as I = V/R

where I = Current

V = Voltage

R is the resistance

or we can say that V = IR

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