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The power used by a television is 600 W.  If the television has a resistance of 100 Ω, determine the current that runs through the television.
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P=600w, R=100Ohm's I=?amperes

P=I²R

I= $\sqrt{P/R}$

I= $\sqrt{600/100}$

I= 2.45amperes
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P=I^2R

I^2= P / R

I^2= 600 / 100

I^2 = 6

I = $\sqrt{6}$

I = 2.449 ohms
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P=600w R=100 Ohms I=?

P=I^2R

I^2=P/R

I^2=600/100

I^2=6(square root of six)

I=2.4449 ohms
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P=RI^2

I=(P/R)^.5

=(600/100)^.5

=2.45A
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