In circuits, the relationship between electric current, I, electric potential difference, V, and resistance, R, is quantified by V = I R (Ohm’s Law). Work is the amount of energy transferred during an interaction. In electrical systems, work is done when charges are moved through the circuit. Electric power is the amount of work done by an electric current in a unit of time, which can be calculated using P = I V.
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