The current (I) in a wire varies directly as the voltage (v) and inversely as the resistance (r). If the current is 27.5 amps when the voltage is 110 volts and the resistance is 4 ohms, find the current when the voltage is 180 volts and the resistance is 16 ohms. (Round your answer to two decimal places.)amps

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The current (I) in a wire varies directly as the voltage (v) and inversely as the resistance (r). If the current is 27.5 amps when the voltage is 110 volts and the resistance is 4 ohms, find the current when the voltage is 180 volts and the resistance is 16 ohms. (Round your answer to two decimal places.)
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It is denoted by I = k-. It is given that I = 27.5 Amp and r 4ohm I = k- 110 27.5 k 4 27.5x 4 110 k 1

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