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Susan BrownSusan Brown
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Current is electrons flowing through a wire, and the unit of measurement is “amps”

A load has resistance and does work when current flows through it. This creates a voltage drop across the load, which you can measure in various ways. You can measure current (amps) to make sure there’s current flowing, then voltage across the load.

Yes, resistance creates opposition to electron flow, so there’s an inverse relationship between them.