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Problem: A 60-W (60 Watts) light bulb connected to a 120-V (120 Volts) source draws a current of _____.Hint: Power = Current Voltage Show Work & Answer Question below: Why is this common household device dangerous? Explain in terms of the amount of current. Is this current greater than killer Amps? 

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Power in circuit is expressed as:

P=iV, where is current and V is voltage. 

Fro this equation, current, i = P/V

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A 60-W (60 Watts) light bulb connected to a 120-V (120 Volts) source draws a current of _____.

Hint: Power = Current Voltage 

Show Work & Answer Question below: Why is this common household device dangerous? Explain in terms of the amount of current. Is this current greater than killer Amps? 

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