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** The core losses remain at 20Watts. = Answer The two losses usually considered are, 1. Iron or core losses. These do not change significantly with load changes. As this is the type of loss...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/01/2013

a) P=V*I=110V * 8A = 880W b, c) if the toaster was running continuously (?) then it would consume E=P*t= 880W * 30 day * (24h/day) = 633600 Wh = 633.6 kWh note, 1h=3600seconds E=P*t = 633600Wh * 3600...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/05/2013

I don't know where you live, but generally "overtime" is 1.5 x ordinary time and "double time" is 2 x ordinary time, as it suggests. So to convert either back into ordinary rates, you divide by 1.5 or by 2. e.g. Number 7, overtime is $16.05, so ordinary time...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/02/2015

Well, if the

**pf**is given and you know nothing else, then you cannot know. ... cos (θ) The Power Factor is simply cos(θ):**pf**= cos (θ) Therefore we can rewrite average power as: ½...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/11/2012

Large collection time. 300

**pF**and 10,000 ohms --> 3 us Which is large (20x) compared to 150 ns2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/04/2013

Note 0.02 uF = 20nF = 20,000

**pF**when searching make sure that you know if it is ceramic, or a poly type...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/10/2013

...ωC....ω^2*L*C = 1 C = 10^12/(47,300*6.2832)^2 = 11.32

**pF**b) xl = ωL = 6.2832*47,300 = 297.195 kohm xc = 1/ωC = 10^12/(6.2832...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/04/2012

...or Amps (electric current) VA = Volt-Ampere (apparent power)

**PF**= Power Factor (ratio of real power to apparent power) [number...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 13/07/2008

... = 3 x 10^6 VA E(no-load) = E(line-line) = 12488 V

**pf**(load) =0.8 lagging Solving for I: I = S/...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/04/2013

...fluorescent lamp is connected to a choke. Therefore there is

**PF**to be taken into consideration. Generally, a fluorescent choke has...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/10/2006