For a 10 kΩ resistor, the change in voltage when current changes from 2 mA to 5.5 mA is: 35 V50 V70 V120 V

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The electric power dissipated in a resistor in terms of its conductance G and voltage V across it is mathematically expressed in the form: V²GV²/GGV²G/V²

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