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two identical batteries are connected to different circuit. explain how it is possible for the batteries to supply different amount of power?


is it because the another batteries might have more power??

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    The power will be the number of watts delivered. The power is

    amps x volts (potential difference)

    the batteries are identical so the volts are the same. Thus, the current in the two circuits must be different, why do you think that this might be?

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