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So the formulas i have are I^2R=power and (Change in V)^2/R. I just do not know how to put these together to save my life. I'd appreciate any help i can get. Thanks.

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So the formulas i have are I^2R=power and (Change in V)^2/R. I just do not know how to put these together to save my life. I'd appreciate any help i can get. Thanks.

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Can you determine the total resistance of the power line?

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