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Type your answer here... E=mC2

(so sorry. Above answer gives energy, not power)

Power is energy per unit time. E = Wt

E= energy

W=power

t= time

so W=E/t

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2w ago

The formula for power in terms of velocity is: power = force x velocity. This formula represents the rate at which work is done by an object moving at a certain velocity, as power is the product of force and velocity.

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13y ago

Power (watts) = Force(Joules) x distance (metres)/ Time (seconds)

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11y ago

P= W/T
power= work divided by time

or we can calculate power by P=F*S power= force times speed

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11y ago

There is no relationship between power and velocity. In fact,

power need not even be present when velocity is.

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