## How to solve Watt’s Law Problems

Always write the Watt’s Law circle on a piece of paper

1. Write the 3 symbols used in Watt’s Law

2. Enter the information given in the problem

3. Cover the symbol for the unknown value

4. Write the formula you are going to use

5. Put the given values in place of the symbols

6. Solve the problem

Example:

If the voltage to a light bulb is 120 volts and the wattage is 60 watts, what is the current?

1. P =

I =

E =

2. P = 60 watts

I = _____ amps

E = 120 volts

4. I = P/E

5. I = 60/120

6. I = 0.5 amps

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