Physics

Am i correct?

Which of the following is a reasonable power rating on an electric oven?

220 V

8.0 A <-- this one seems reasonable

10.0 kW

50.0 kW-h

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1. nvm got this one

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2. The only power listed is 10kWatts. That is a lot of power. my oven is 5Kwatts.

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3. Volts is not power
Amps is not power

WATTS is power (volts times amps)

watt hours is energy, not power

so it has to be 10 kW which is very high, let me see
220 Volts * 50 amps = 11,000 Watts = 11 kW
well this is a pretty hefty oven. I could not run two of them in my house :)

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posted by Damon

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