W = V x I                    w= watt  V=volt   I=current

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Power supplied to an electric circuit is the potential difference or EMF of the voltage source multiplied with the current flowing in the circuit.

Power in Watts =  Voltage in volts  *  Current in Amperes
P =  V * I
1 Watt = 1 Volt * 1 Amp

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