ASVAB Physical Science 6.2

ASVAB Physical Science 6.2. What is the electrical power of the circuit?

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fun right The voltage of the circuit is ten volts

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and the current is two amps What's the electrical power

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of the circuit And you're a potential answers All right

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lots There we go Central in electrical circuit there are

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two main factors to consider The first is voltage which

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is a measure of the potential difference in a circuit

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Bolton basically measures the strength of the current flow then

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there's the amount of current itself which is measured in

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amps Well the power of a circuit is measured in

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watts to find the wattage of a particular circuit We

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multiply the ants by the voltage So in this case

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with ten volts and two amps using advanced calculus only

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brought to you by shmoop up this circuit produces twenty

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watts of power Here we go The correct answer is

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d that wasn't so bad was it We learn something

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And all the learning is always fun Yeah way better 00:01:09.096 --> [endTime] than some stupid old circuits right right