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# Is a 40 watt bulb the same as 580 lumens?

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###### Answered 2013-05-22 21:24:29

40 watts means that it uses 40 watts of electrical power. Lumens measure the amount of light produced. An incandescent bulb produces around 10 lumens per watt.

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A very basic formula is that power (watts) equals amperage times voltage. For example, if you are operating at 120 volts, 580 watts, the amperage would be 4.8 amps (580 divided by 120).

4.7% of 580= 4.7% * 580= 0.047 * 580= 27.26

12% of 580 = 12% * 580 = 0.12 * 580 = 69.6

30% of 580= 30% * 580= 0.3 * 580= 174

40% of 580 = 40% * 580 = 0.4 * 580 = 232

2% of 580 = 2% * 580 = 0.02 * 580 = 11.6

35% of 580= 35% * 580= 0.35 * 580= 203

No, 580 million is .58billion. Long form of 5.8 billion is 5,800,000,000. No , 5.8 billion is 5800 million

580 / (1/10) = 580 * (10/1) = 580*10 = 5800

A very basic formula is that power (watts) equals amperage times voltage.For example, if you are operating at 120 volts, 580 watts, the amperage would be 4.8 amps (580 divided by 120).Read more: How_many_amps_do_you_need_for_580_watt

How about 500 plus 80 = 580 as one example

(x/100)*580=18.34 x=(18.34*100)/580 ~= 3.162%

580 is the newer version of the Mini 14 Ranch, minor engineering changes, improved accuracy, etc.

58 is an integer and not a fraction. A fraction with an equivalent value is 580/10.

If you mean 580 then it is simply 580/1 as an improper fraction