## Ohm’s Law Calculator

**Formula:** V = IR

Enter ‘x’ in the box you want to calculate.

**Purpose**:

The Ohm’s Law Calculator helps users calculate the voltage, current, or resistance in an electrical circuit using Ohm’s Law: V=IRV = IRV=IR. This law is fundamental in electrical engineering and physics, describing the relationship between these three important parameters.

**Features**:

**Input**: Enter known values for voltage (V), current (I), and resistance (R), and use ‘x’ to indicate the unknown value you want to calculate.**Calculate**: Computes the unknown value using the inputs provided.**Result**: Displays the calculated value in a styled box.**Reset**: Clears all inputs and results.

**How to Use**:

**Open the Tool**: Go to the Ohm’s Law Calculator page in your web browser.**Enter Values**:**Voltage (V)**: Enter the voltage in volts or use ‘x’ if it’s the unknown value.**Current (I)**: Enter the current in amperes or use ‘x’ if it’s the unknown value.**Resistance (R)**: Enter the resistance in ohms or use ‘x’ if it’s the unknown value.

**Calculate**: Click the “Calculate” button to compute the unknown value based on Ohm’s Law.**View Result**: The result will display in the result box below the form.**Reset**: Click the “Reset” button to clear the fields and result.

This Ohm’s Law Calculator is a simple yet powerful tool for students, engineers, and hobbyists working with electrical circuits.