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An electric stove operates on a larger 220 V line. How much power is needed to cook a pizza if 0.45 A of current is used.

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  1. power = voltage * current
    = 220 * .45 Watts

    by the way even at 220 volts, .45 amps does not sound like much to cook pizza.

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    posted by Damon

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