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What is the acceleration of the body m2 in the diagram below?
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Why we used I proportional to V?
Can we write V proportional to I also?
Both are ok. If we are changing the current and observing the voltage, then it is V∝ I
If we are changing the voltage and observing the current, then
In general, we write
the dependent variable proportional to the independent variable
dependent variable = the quantity measured by us
independent variable = the quantity fixed by us