Answer: Current drawn by the bulb = 0.183 Amperes.

## How much current will an electric heater draw from 220V if the resistance of the heater is 100 ohm?

Hence, the electric heater with voltage 220 v and resistance of the heat coil 100 v will draw **2.2 A** of current.

## How much current will an electric bulb of resistance 1100 ohm draws from a 220 volt source?

So I = V / R. = 220 / 1100. So I = **0.2 A**. When the bulb of resistance 1100 ohm is connected 0.2 A of current is drawn.

## How much current will an electric heater draw from 220V if the resistance of the heater is 50 ohms?

Thus the amps will be 1800/220= **8 amps**.

## How much current will an electric heater draw from a 200v source if the resistance of the filament is 100?

V = IR. 200= I × **200/100**=I. 2 ans.

## How much current will an electric bulb draw from a 200v source if the resistance of the bulb is 1200?

Answer: So I = V / R. = **220 / 1100**.

## How much current will an electric heater?

Complete Step By Step Answer:

R is resistance in ohms. So, the current drawn by the electric heater is found to be **5.5 Ampere**.

## What is the value of hot resistance of a bulb rated as 100w 250v?

Answer: ,**625 Ω** is the resistance of a bulb rated 100w ,250v.

## How much current will an electric heater coil draw from A 220 volt line if the resistance of the heater coil is 40?

therefore i = **220**/100 = 2.2 amperes.

## What is the value of current If R 50 ohm V 220V?

**R =** 50 Ohms. 220 Volts. I =______Amps.

## How much current will A heater rated 2.5 KW draw when connected to A 250v electric supply?

solution. so, required **current**= 10 Ampere.

## What is the potential difference between the terminals of a?

The potential difference between the terminals of a cell in an open circuit is **2.2V**. When a resistor of 5Ω is connected across the terminals of the cell, the potential difference between the terminals of the cell is found to be 1.8V.