Calculate the total power of 5 fans if each of them draws a current of 0.8A at a potential difference of 220V
Asked by gganga | 5th May, 2016, 05:55: PM
Given that V = 220 V and I = 0.8 A
We know that Power, P = VI = 220 ×0.8 = 176 W
Therefore, power of 5 fans = 176 × 5 = 880 W
Answered by Yashvanti Jain | 6th May, 2016, 01:07: PM
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