Electricity & Magnetism @ Work. Chapter 13. Electrical & Mechanical energy. 1. Magnetic forces repel when alike and attract when opposite 2. Electric current in a wire produces a magnetic field 3. Therefore a magnet can move a wire when it is charged just as it moves a magnet.
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P = Volts x Amps P = 6 x .5 P = 3 Watts
P = Volts x Amps 500 = 120 x A 500/120 = A 4.17 Amps
Energy = Power x Time
Energy = (VoltsxCurrent)xTime
E = 110v x 5a x 1hr
E= 550 watts x 1hr
E = .55 kW x 1hr
E = .55 kWh