What current electrical items use?

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Electric current is measured in amperes
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What is used to measure electric current?

An ammeter, either shunt or inductive. A shunt is an inline resistor of a small, known resistance. Knowing the resistance and the voltage one can calculate the amperage by Ohm

Why is i used for electrical current?

It is mostly convention. However this produces conflicts with theconventional mathematics usage of i as the square root of -1 incomplex numbers, so in electronics the conventi

What does electric current do for us?

If the question means "What does electricity do for us?" then we could mention lighting, heating, cookers, refrigerators, telephones and cellphones, radios, TVs, computers for

What items in your house use electricity?

Computer TV Radio Oven Lights Any handheld games consoles Games consoles (Playstation, X-Box) Digital alarm clocks Mobile Phones Phones Microwave Toaster

What are the uses of current electricity?

The easiest way to answer your question is to point out that every device you own or use, which you plug into the wall or which contains a battery, makes available to you

What is used as an abbreviation for electrical current?

Electrical current is measured in Amperes which is abbreviated toamps. When dealing with formulae the letter I is used to representcurrent, for example: Power = Voltage ×
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How do you use current electricity in a sentence?

Here are a few examples... - The electrical current is monitored. - The current of electricity is measured in volts. - The electrical current of telephone wiring is 82 volt
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How is current electricity used by humans?

Current electricity is used by many humans. It's used to power things up such as, lamps, games, electrical devices and more. PEACE!!!!