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A ceiling fan draws a current of 0.625 A and has a voltage of 120 V. The resistance of the ceiling fan, to the nearest whole number, is Ω.

A ceiling fan draws a current of 0.625 A and has a voltage of 120 V. The resistance of the ceiling fan, to the nearest whole number, is Ω.
So we want to know what is the resistance of the ceiling fan if the current I=0.625 A and the voltage V=120 V. So we can get the resistance from Ohms law: I=V/R where I is the current, V is voltage and R is resistance. So the resistance is R=V/I. Now we input the numbers and get: R=120/0.625=192 Ω. That is resistance to the closest whole number. ...

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