60 Watts and 240 Ohm Light Bulb (Explained)
60 Watts and 240 Ohm Light Bulb (Explained)
The “watt” is regarded a unit of power or radiant flux.
The “watt” is regarded a unit of power or radiant flux.
Ohms is used to measure the electrical resistance of a material.
Ohms is used to measure the electrical resistance of a material.
Increased current heats the bulb, making it shine.
Increased current heats the bulb, making it shine.
A 60 Watt light bulb consumes joules per second while on.
A 60 Watt light bulb consumes joules per second while on.
Light bulb resistance is 240 Ohms because resistance is measured in ohms.
Light bulb resistance is 240 Ohms because resistance is measured in ohms.
An "Electric Field" is a force-exerting physical field that surrounds electrical particles.
An "Electric Field" is a force-exerting physical field that surrounds electrical particles.
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