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Electric power is found by multiplying ___ by current.

volts? potential difference?

The kilowatt hour is a unit for measuring ___.

energy or electrical energy

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    Each of your pair of answers would be OK, but they probably want volts for #1 and energy for #2

    Kilowatt-hour can measure any kind of energy.

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