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One Watt during one second (Wattsecond) equals one Joule, so one Watthour will be 3 600 Joules. Answer You are confusing power (measured in watts) with ene…rgy (measured in joules); so you cannot convert between the two. In SI, the watt is a special name given to a joule per second. (MORE)

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1000. K = kilo = 1000 W = watts

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The relationship between kVA and W varies according to the nature of the load. The volt ampere is the unit of measurement for the apparent power of a load, obtained by multi…plying the voltage across that load by the current through it. The watt is the unit of measurement for the true power of a load. This is a measure of the rate at which energy is dissipated by the resistive component of the load, and is obtained by multiplying the voltage across that load, by the current through it, and by its power factor. Power factor is the cosine of the phase angle between the voltage across the load and the current through it. So, for a purely resistive load, where the voltage and current are in phase, the apparent power and the true power are the same, so 1 VA = 1 W (or, in terms of the actual question, 1 kVA = 1 kW). For a purely reactive circuit, where the current leads or lags the voltage by 90o, 1 VA = 0 W. Actually, there is no such thing as a purely reactive circuit, so a situation where there is 1 VA but 0 W is only theoretical. (MORE)

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One kilowatt-hour is equal to one unit of electrical energy. The name, unit, as it relates to energy measurement, originates from 'Board of Trade Unit'. It is used in the Unit…ed Kingdom to represent one kilowatt hour (kWh) but not in other countries, as far as I know. (MORE)

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This question does not make sense, because Watt is always a result of voltage and electricity or P (Watt)= U (Voltage) x I (electricity). More precisely, the volt is a unit of… electrical pressure, in joules per coulomb, while the watt is a unit of electrical power, in joules per second. The two units are not convertible. (MORE)

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Watts (P) = Volts (V) x Current (I) Assumption V = 115 VAC, I = 1A P= 115 x 1, P = 115W 1 Amp @ 115VAC power system = 115W Assumption V =230VAC (international system),… I =1A P = 230 x 1, P = 230W 1 Amp @ 230VAC power system = 230W (MORE)

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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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Since the formula for calculating watts is: amps * volts = watts If you have 1 Amp, then the watts would equal the volts. But recognize that volts will not always equal wa…tts since you have to use the formula. For those students who think math is a waste of time, this is just another example of how it is everywhere in our lives. (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4 20c + 5 = 5c …+65 20c - 5c= 65 - 5.
15c = 60.
15c/15 = 60/15.
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A volt is used to measure potential or potential difference (voltage), whereas a watt is used to measure power. So, your question is rather like asking 'How many metres are th…ere in a kilogram?'! (MORE)