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My kettle needs to be able to give 672000, J,672000J of heat energy to water in 240, s,240s. Assuming that it is connected to the 240, V,240V mains, what current is needed
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So, 672,000 J in 240 seconds - what's the power?
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So, 672,000 J in 240 seconds - what's the power?
Never mind, I figured it out. Thank you though
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