# How Much Electricity does a 60 Watt Bulb Use?

60 Watt bulb consumes 60 watts power in an hour. Depending on how many hours a 60 watt bulb is used, it will consume that many watts. ie 60 X No of hours is the no of watts used.
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 current.....(A)....u gotta tell me the resistance (Ohms). Then, A (currrent) = V(volts) divided by R(resistance) loll i just had a science test on this http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_current_in_a...
 The amps times the volts equals the watts. A 120 v 60 w lamp takes ½ amp, while a 240 v 60 w lamp takes ¼ amp. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_amps_of_a_60...
 The formulas you are looking for is R = E squared/W or R = W/I squared. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_resistance_o...
 an A15 bulb is a standard (medium) base screw-type bulb with a smaller envelope designed for appliances and some ceiling fans. They are almost always the size found in refrigerators http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_A-15_60_watt_bul...
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