Can you tell me, when Amps is a measure of how many electrons pass through a circuit per second, and a different voltage can be used to create the same Amps in a circuit, why does P = v*i, when the number of electrons passing through the circuit is the same?
October 12, 2019
The "different voltage for the same amps" requires a different load resistor connected to the volt source which in turn means you have to "push harder" on the electrons to get the same current to flow.
October 13, 2019
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