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Instantaneous power

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Unknown_20
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Oct5-04, 01:04 AM
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What is the formula for instantaneous power if I have velocity and force? And what is the formula in general?
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Oct5-04, 03:27 AM
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Instantaneous power is the power of a ny object at an instant.
if you differentiate work done w.r.t time it will be the instantaneous power. If the givn velocity is instantaneous the
power=F*v
as p=w.d/time taken =force*dis./time


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