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## How are power and work similar?

Work is the energy needed to apply a force to move an object a particular distance where force is parallel to the displacement. Power is the rate at **which that** work is done.

## What is the relation between power and work?

**the rate at which that work is done**.

## Is work the same as power?

Work is defined as the process of energy transfer to the motion of an object through the application of force. … Power is defined as the amount of energy transferred in unit time. The SI unit of power is the watt. One watt is equal to one joule per second.

## What is the relationship between work and power quizlet?

Work is how much force it takes to move an object in the same direction as the force. **Power is how long it takes you to do the work**.

**Lifting a weight from the ground and putting it on a shelf** is a good example of work. The force is equal to the weight of the object and the distance is equal to the height of the shelf (W= Fxd). Work-Energy Principle –The change in the kinetic energy of an object is equal to the net work done on the object.

## What is the relation between work and energy explain with the help of two examples?

Lifting weight from the ground and then putting it on the shelf is an excellent example of work done. The force equals the object’s weight and the distance equals the height of the shelf. **W = F x d**. In contrast energy is the capacity to do work.

## What is the inter relation among work energy and power?

Work energy and power are inter-related and interdependent. … Power- **It is the effectiveness of doing work**. It is the rate of doing work. Energy- It is the capacity or potential to work.

## What is the relationship between power and work directly proportional or inversely proportional?

The SI unit of power is the watt (W) which indicates the rate of 1joule of work per 1 second. **Power is then directly proportional to the work done and inversely proportional to the time to do the work**. Remembering that work is force times displacement (W = F*d) you can derive a corollary for the power equation.

## What is the difference and similarities of work energy and power?

Work is referred to as the process of energy that is transferred to an object’s motion by applying force. It is generally represented as the product of **displacement and force**. Power is the amount of energy that is transferred in a unit of time.

## What are three differences between work and power?

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2. Work done does not depend on time. | 2. 2. Power spent depends on the time in which work is done. |

3. S.I unit of work is joule (J). | 4. S.I unit of power is watt (W |

## Do power and work have direct relationships?

Energy should be transferred to an object in order to move it. … This amount of energy transferred by the force to move an object is called work or work done. Thus **the relation between Work and Energy is direct**. That is the difference in the Kinetic energy of an object is work done by an object.

## What is the relationship between work power and time?

The point is that for the same amount of work **power and time are inversely proportional**. The power equation suggests that a more powerful engine can do the same amount of work in less time. A person is also a machine that has a power rating.

## What forms a relationship between work and energy?

**the work done on an object is equal to the change in the kinetic energy of that object**. … And this change in kinetic energy of the object is equal to work done by the Force.

## What is the relation between power and energy?

Energy is what makes change happen and can be transferred form one object to another. Energy can also be transformed from one form to another. Power is **the rate at which energy is transferred**. It is not energy but is often confused with energy.

**Work and energy are closely related**. When you do work to move an object you change the object’s energy. You (or an object) also expend energy to do work. In fact energy can be defined as the ability to do work.

work is an activity involving a force on an object and the distance traversed by the object due to the force. … Energy is capacity of doing work. For example if a something has **energy of x joule it can perform x joule work**. Power is the work done in unit time.

## How is power both directly and inversely proportional to resistance?

If you assume I is constant and replace V with IR you get that power is proportional to resistance (P=I⋅(IR)). If you assume V is constant and replace I with VR you get that power is inversely proportional to resistance **(P=V⋅VR)**.

## What is power inversely proportional to?

As per the power formula if the power stays the same then current is inversely proportional to **the voltage**.

## What’s the meaning of inversely proportional?

When the value of one quantity increases with respect to decrease in other or vice-versa then they are said to be inversely proportional. It means **that the two quantities behave opposite in nature**. For example speed and time are in inverse proportion with each other. As you increase the speed the time is reduced.

Work is done **when a force produces motion**. And for doing work energy is required. This energy we get from the food which we eat and if work is done by machine then energy is supplied by fuels or by electricity.

## Which statement about work and power describes Hiro’s actions?

Which statement about work and power describes Hiro’s actions? **He did more work running than walking.**

## Can we use work and energy interchangeably?

The fact that these expressions are used interchangeably and that most people use **“energy” and “work”** to mean the same thing when it comes to their relationship to physical toil is no coincidence as is so often the case physics terms are often extremely illuminating even when used colloquially by science-naïve …

## What is the importance of work energy and power to our daily lives?

Energy fuels your body’s internal functions repairs builds and maintains cells and body tissues and supports the external activities that enable you to interact with the physical world. Water your body’s most important nutrient helps facilitate the chemical reactions that produce energy from food.

## What is difference between power and energy?

Energy is defined as **the capacity to do some work**. It is power which is integrated over time. Power is defined as the rate at which a specific work is done or which the energy is transmitted.

## Which is the best definition of power?

Power is defined as the ability to act or have influence over others. An example of power is the strength needed to run five miles. … The definition of power is **operating electrically or having strength or force**.

**If you multiply power by time you get energy**. If you divide energy by time you get power.

## Are power and resistance inversely proportional?

From here we can see that **the power P is inversely proportional to the resistance R**. When the power in the circuit is high resistance will be lesser. However if the power is low the resistance will be high.

## Is there a relationship between work rate power and resistance?

Power in electronics is the rate of doing work. Resistance is the opposition offered against the flow of electrons. The relation between power and **resistance is proportional**.

## What is the relation of power and resistance?

The power dissipated in a resistor is given by P = V^{2}/R which means power decreases if resistance increases. Yet this power is also given by **P = I ^{2}R** which means power increases if resistance increases.

Power is defined as the rate energy ( Ustart text U end text) is transformed or transferred over time. We measure power in units of joules/second also known as watts. **Electrical power is the product of voltage times current**.

i.e. In short according to the Ohm’s Law (V = IR or I = V/R) which shows that Current is directly proportional to the Voltage but according to P=VI or I=P/V it shows that **Current is inversely proportional to the Voltage**.

## How can power be proportional to V and also proportional to V2?

**If a variable voltage source is connected to a resistor** then the power is proportional to V2. If a variable voltage source is connected to a constant-current load (something which admits the same amount of current regardless of the voltage across it) then the power is proportional to V.

## How do you work out inversely proportional?

**y = k/x**where x and y are two quantities in inverse proportion and k is the constant of proportionality.

## How do you differentiate between direct and inverse proportions?

**In a direct proportion the ratio between matching quantities remain the same if they we divide them**. On the other hand in an inverse or indirect proportion as one-quantity increases the other automatically decreases.

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