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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.**...