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Electrical power can be calculated with the following formula P = (I × V). What does the letter I represent in this formula?
Current.
Watts.
Voltage.
Impedance.
Detailed Explanation
The letter P represents power, which is measured in watts. The letter I represents current, which is measured in amperes. The letter V represents voltage which is measured in volts.
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