Ohm's law states that in an electric circuit…

A
the voltage passing through a resistor between two points is proportional to the current between those two points.

B
the current passing through a resistor between two points is proportional to the voltage between those two points.

C
the voltage passing through a resistor between two points is inversely proportional to the resistance between those two points.

D
the current passing through a resistor between two points is proportional to the resistance between those two points.
Ohm’s law states that the current passing through a conductor between two points is proportional to the voltage across the two points.
Therefore the correct answer is:
 “The current passing through a resistor between two points is proportional to the voltage between those two points”.
If remembering the definition is not how your memory works, I recommend remembering the equation:
V = I x R, where "V" is the potential difference (voltage) in volts, "I" is the current in amperes and "R" is a circuit parameter called resistance (measured in ohms, equivalent to volts per ampere)
Therefore we can say that:
V ∝ I
Or in other words the voltage is proportional to the current!
Note: "the voltage passing through a resistor between two points is proportional to the current between those two points." INCORRECT. Technically, it is not the voltage which passes through the resistor but the current. Voltage is just the potential difference. The wording is incorrect  making this possible inaccurate.
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