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From Coo g: Voltage= Square Root of ( Power X Resistance)
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Tue, 01 Feb 2011 04:20:35 +0000
Voltage= Square Root of ( Power X Resistance)

From TBT: Power = VI
and V =IR => I = V/R
Power ...
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Tue, 01 Feb 2011 05:36:55 +0000
Power = VI
and V =IR => I = V/R
Power = V * V/ R
50 * 10^3 = V^2 / 2.7*10^3
V^2 = 135
V= 11.62 volt answer
Assuming DC circuit.

From KMcG: Ok Ohm's law current is equal to voltage t...
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Ok Ohm's law current is equal to voltage times resistance.
And Power (watts) is equal to voltage times current.
There that's every thing you need to know to figure it out.