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Electric Formulas

The main definitions and formulas for electricity related terms

DEFINE VOLTS Voltage is the amount of electrical potential difference. Volts is V. Voltage is the amount of EPE per unit of charge at a point in a circuit compared to the PE per unit of charge at another point. Check volts before an after one point in the circuit
DEFINE AMPS Amps are amperes (A). They measure electric current passing a specific point in an electric circuit per second. Measured using an ammeter. The sign for current is I
DEFINE OHMS Ohms measure electrical resistance. The sign for resistance is R
DEFINE WATTS Watts measure power (W). The sign for power is P.
DEFINE JOULE Joule are units of energy (J). The sign for energy is E.
OHM'S LAW Measures the mathematical relationship between voltage current and resistance.
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