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an electric oven of 2kW power heating is operated in a domestic circuit that has a current rating 5A. If the supply voltage is 220V. What result do you expect? Explain

P = V*I = 2000 W.
220I = 2000
I = 9.09 Amps.
The current too high for the circuit.
If the circuit is properly protected, the fuse will blow or the circuit breaker will trip.
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