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Voltage & Current Graph: resistance wire

For resistance wire (at constant temperature) you've already seen that current is directly proportional to voltage:

current-voltage graph for a wire at constant temperature showing direct proportionality

This means, of course, that the resistance of the wire is constant, no matter what the voltage, as long as its temperature doesn't change.

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