What is the relation Between light intensity and the resistancemof an LDR?

inversely proportional

thanks suman satick bro

As light intensity decreases, the LDR’s resistance increases , as does the potential difference across it. So, as distance increases, the potential difference increases.

Hi @pratyushsaha453,
For some LDRs, resistance decreases exponentially as the brightness of the light increases. In any case, Resistance is inversely proportional to light intensity. Check out this article.

hai @pratyushsaha453,
both are Inversely Proportional to each other. When the light intensity decreases, the resistance across the LDR increases. As this resistance increases in relation to the other Resistor, which has a fixed resistance, it causes the voltage dropped across the LDR to also increase.
So this the reason for increase in resistance.

As light intensity decreases, the LDR’s resistance increases , as does the potential difference across it. So, as distance increases, the potential difference increases.

Hi @pratyushsaha453.
On increasing the amount of light, the resistance decreases exponentialy.
So we can say that resistance and light intensity are inversely proportional to each other.
Hope it’s clear now.