Discussion :: Resistance and Power - General Questions (Q.No.61)
One ampere of current flowing through one ohm of resistance is equal to:
Answer: Option C
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|Hiren Patel said: (Dec 19, 2011)|
|Hari Bala said: (Feb 19, 2015)|
|One ampere current flowing through the one ohm resistance means the multiplication of I*R.
So it will be voltage. How will it be a power?
|Arshad said: (Oct 31, 2015)|
|Please can you explain this?|
|Aman said: (Dec 7, 2016)|
|V = IR then,
P = VI.
P = 1 WATT.
|Balakrishna said: (Apr 15, 2017)|
= 1^2 * 1,
= 1 WATT.
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