**Resistance Formula**

ResistanceÂ is the measure of opposition applied by any object to the flow of electric current. A resistor is an electronic constituent that is used in the circuit with the purpose of offering that specific amount of resistance.

The resistance of any object is computed making use of the formula:

In this case,

v = Voltage across its ends

I = Current flowing through it

If the resistanceâ€™s are linked in series, the series resistance is articulated as-

If resistance are connected in parallel, the parallel resistance is given by

Where, R_{1}, R_{2}, R_{3}Â …… R_{n}Â are the given resistors. Resistance is measured in ohms (Î©).

Resistance FormulaÂ is used to compute the resistance across any given number of resistors in the circuit. It can similarly be made use of to compute the resistance in any given object.

**Resistance Solved Examples**

Below are problems based on resistance which may be helpful for you.

**Problem**Â **1**:Â Compute the resistance offered by the body if 2mA of current is flowing having a potential difference of 2V?

**Answer**:

Known:

I (Current) = 2mA,

V (Potential difference) = 2 V

**Problem**Â **2:Â **Compute the resistance if 5Â Î©Â and 2Â Î©Â are connected in parallel.

**Answer:**

Known:

Resistance

R_{1Â }= 5Â Î©,

R_{2}Â = 2Â Î©

The parallel resistance is articulated as