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Wondering if someone could help me satisfy my curiosity. Hopefully a very simple for someone who knows. I have been given values for Voltage and Current. To calculate Q (dot), I know Q(dot)=V * A. The units for this are Watts / J/s / Nm/s.. How can Voltage multiplied by a current provide these units?

Thanks

William

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# Calculating Q (dot)

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