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How is voltage measured?

Resistance is measured in ohms, voltage is measured in volts, and current is measured in Amp. The system of plumbing pipes is an example of how these terms can be understood. The resistance is the same as the pipe size, the current is the same as the flow rate, and the voltage is equivalent to the water pressure.

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