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Charlie Watts can't drive.He jut has a huge collection of cars. He has no driving liscence.

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Charlie is a Mexican EVIL spirit and can only be summoned by playing the Charlie Charlie game

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A megawatt is 1000 kilowatts (also equal to 1341 horse power) or 1*10^6 watts, a gigawatt is 1000 megawatts. A watt is equal to one joule per second and a joule is defin…ed as the amount of work done when 1 ampre of electrical current is passed through 1 ohm of resistance. Ohm is defined as the amount of electrical resistance of a conductor in which 1 ampre of current is produced by a potential of 1 volt across its terminals. (MORE)

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As 1 Watt equals to 1000 milli Watts so 25 milliwatts = 25/1000 = 0.025 Watts.

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The watt is a unit of power. It is a Newton meter per second, or can be given as a joule per second. We often encounter it in electrical calculations, and it is the unit of po…wer for applications there. The formula for power is given here: P = I x E In this expression, the power (P) in watts is equal to the current (I) in amps (or amperes, if you prefer) times the voltage (E) in volts. Links can be found below for more information. I think you're asking what is a watt. A watt is a measurement of power, and the simplest example of a watt would be the amount of power that you would have if you had one volt at one amp of current. Or, to put it another way, 1 volt X 1 Amp=1 Watt. To go further, 12 volts at 1 amp equals 12 watts. This is for direct current measurement. For AC voltage, it varies in that you would multiply the volts by .707 (AC RMS voltage), then multiply by the amps to get your watts total. (MORE)

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You get two pencils and a piece of paper write yes in two corners and no in the other ones then you say charlie charlie are you there and wait for it to move. The pencils …will go to the answer if he is there keep on asking him questions if not then keep on saying charlie charlie are you there. (MORE)

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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Watt is a derived unit in SI for the power; the symbol is W. The basic units: 1 W = 1 kg.m2/s3. The most used multiples are kilowatt (1000 W) and megawatt (1 mil…lion watts). (MORE)

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The US military alphabet is (or was during the Viet War) Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Echo, Foxtrot, Golf, Hotel, etc. Charlie was for the letter "C", which stood for e…ither "Commie" or "Cong" (Viet Cong). Over the radio if a US unit was in contact with a North Vietnamese Army unit or a VC unit, the radio transmission would be, "CONTACT!...November Victor Alpha at Golf Charlie (Grid Coordinates) 123456..." if in contact with VC, "CONTACT!...Victor Charlie, Golf Charlie 123456...". When just talking with the men, the word Victor might be left out of the conversation...everyone knew who "Charlie" was anyway. But if requesting an airstrike, high command (just called "higher" during the war) might specifically WANT TO KNOW who you're in contact with! VC units might not rate a jet air strike...NVA units might certainly need to have some heavy ordnance dropped on them! (MORE)

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It's unfortunate that both of these units include the same word "watt". That gives the impression that one can be converted into the other. These two units are used for me…asuring different quantities. They have different physical dimensions, and neither one can be converted to the other. (One hint that this is so is the fact that they have different names.) The "watt" is a unit of power. It measures how fast energy is being transferred. It's equal to one joule of energy per second. The "watt-hour" is a unit of energy. It's equal to the amount of energy transferred in an hour at the rate of one joule per second. So it's equal to 3,600 joules of energy. The rate at which energy is transferred can't be converted into the amount of energy that's transferred, just as the speed of your car can't be converted into the distance you drive. (MORE)