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By Nathaniel

Tags: Electronics, power, law


Posted: 2016-08-22
Power law
Power law
$$$P = VI \; or \; P = {V^2 \over R} \; or \; P = I^2R \;$$$

Formula for calculating power consumption (in watts) of a circuit based on voltage, current, and resistance.

Where P = power in watts, V = voltage, I = current, and R = resistance.

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