Electric Power Formula?


The rate that electric energy is transferred by an electrical circuit is known as electrical power. Electrical power is known as the rate of doing work which is measured in watts and represented by the letter P. The electric energy formula is; P = work done per unit time = QV/t = IV. Q is electric charge in coulombs, T is time in seconds, I is electric current in amperes, and V is electric potential or voltage in volts.
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