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We used a watt-hour meter in a lab, 400 revolutions of the dial = 1kWh. We measured the time for 10 revolutions of the dial ( in seconds).

How would I calculate the power?

Time for 10 revs = 146s

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

Power = (3600s/hr) / (146s) * (10/400) *1kWh = 0.62069 W ?

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# Homework Help: How do I calculate the power?

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