What i s power frequency voltage?

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Power: energy transferred per unit time.In electrical circuits, in the simplest case power is voltage x current (in AC circuit, you also need to multiply by a so-called "power factor", which is often close to 1).

Frequency: the number of cycles per second.

Voltage: energy required per unit charge, when moving a charge between two points. Thus, the voltage is always expressed (or at least implied) as a VOLTAGE DIFFERENCE between two points.

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