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how many watts are in 200 volts and How Iconvert from watts to volts thank you
Sunnyvale Ca. USA
Volts and Watts are different things and you cannot convert directly from one to the other. The Watt is a unit of rate of energy flow or power. If you have a 1 Volt battery connected to a 1 Ohm resistor then 1 Ampere of current will flow. The product of Volts times Amperes gives the amount of power flowing in the circuit which, in this case, would be 1 Watt since current is equal to the voltage divided by the resistance. In formulas:
Power(Watts) = Voltage(Volts) x Current(Amperes).
Also, Current = Volts / Resistance(Ohms)
(published on 11/14/07)
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