Power, Current and Voltage
Added by Craig Napier on Dec 15, 2008
This activity leads students to establish the relationship between power, current and voltage, P = IV. They should be able to comment on issues related to the power rating of an appliance.
This item teaches:
- the definition of electric power
- about the power rating of an appliance
- the equation: power = current x potential difference
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