**Solution:**

If we are asked to calculate the value of voltage with the value of current and resistance, then cover V in the triangle. Now, we are left with I and R or more precisely I × R.

Therefore, we use the following formula to calculate the value of V:

**V = I × R**

Substituting the values in the equation, we get

**V = 3.2 A × 50 Ω = 160 V**

V = 160V |