In order to get the answer to this you must know the equation that gives you the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance. That equation, which is derived from Ohm's law is

R = v/r

In this equation, I is the current (measured in amperes), v is the voltage, and...

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In order to get the answer to this you must know the equation that gives you the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance. That equation, which is derived from Ohm's law is

R = v/r

In this equation, I is the current (measured in amperes), v is the voltage, and r is the resistance. Now that we know that, we can use the information that you have provided to solve this algebraically.

R = 9/.02

When you do the math here, you get 450

Resistance is measured in ohms so your resistance here is 450 ohms.

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