# Physics

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An electric kettle operates at 110V. What is the resistance of the kettle if the power is 1.5kW?

8.1 Ω

1.4 Ω

81 Ω

14 Ω

Both A and B seem reasonable, and I'm leaning more towards B. Help..?

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it's A

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