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I don't know under which math this belongs. It's electrical formulas. The problem says to use Watts Law but includes resistance in the Q. If Watts Law wheel is P=I×V but we have 4 categories on the hub.
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SupremeCookie said: I mean engineers integrate with a table... Click to expand... I just hope that they don't have to memorize the table. -Dan
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topsquark said: Good Lord! That wheel is a monster. P = IV and V = IR. That and a little algebra is all you need! -Dan Click to expand... I mean engineers integrate with a table...
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Good Lord! That wheel is a monster. P = IV and V = IR. That and a little algebra is all you need! -Dan
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Easy enough. I guess I was trying to make the Q adhere to the 3 category hub wheel.
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Based on info given in Q, it would be this formula...
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You have four quantities Volts (V) ; Amps (I) ; Power (P) and Resistance (R). If you know any two of these you can calculate the other two using the formulae in you coloured diagram. So if you want to know the Volts you look in the brown quarter and one of the three formulae will equal the volts using the two other quantities you are given. Can you see which one you need from your question?
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studiot said: Well if you post the problem we may be able to help you make some sense of it. Click to expand... Sorry, I sent it b4 image had time to load.
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Well if you post the problem we may be able to help you make some sense of it.
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