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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Consider following:

The RMS value of any sine wave is Ampiltude/sqrt 2. It is independent of frequency.

So consider two sine wave generators, one generates at 50 Hz and the other one generates at 500Hz. Both have same amplitude A for volt wave and B for current wave. Consider same pure resistive load connected to both.

The power equation for both would be Vrms.Irms = AB/2.

Que1. Is this per wave cycle or per second ?

Que2. Is it correct that the 500Hz wave will deliver same energy as 50 Hz in 10 times

LESSER time per cycle??

Thanks in advance.

The RMS value of any sine wave is Ampiltude/sqrt 2. It is independent of frequency.

So consider two sine wave generators, one generates at 50 Hz and the other one generates at 500Hz. Both have same amplitude A for volt wave and B for current wave. Consider same pure resistive load connected to both.

The power equation for both would be Vrms.Irms = AB/2.

Que1. Is this per wave cycle or per second ?

Que2. Is it correct that the 500Hz wave will deliver same energy as 50 Hz in 10 times

LESSER time per cycle??

Thanks in advance.