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grandia3

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dunno if this is the right section to ask this

I'm really confused about power voltage and current

according to ohm's law, V = I x R

therefore if we increase voltage, the current will increase

but according to the power formula, P = V x I

they say increasing voltage to deliver electricity to houses, will decrease the current therefore decreasing the power loss along the way

as the resistance across the wire will not change (at least not significant) therefore it still follow the ohm's law

how can this be possible?

thanks