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## During a shock which lasts 10ms (0.01s), the voltage difference between the electrodes (so the drop in potential across all three resistors

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During a shock which lasts 10ms (0.01s), the voltage difference between the electrodes (so the drop in potential across all three resistors in our model) is 1750V. 200J of energy are dissipated during the shock. What is the average power delivered

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Answer:20000 WExplanation:Power: This can be defined as the rate at which energy is dissipated or used. The S.I unit of power is Watt(W).

The expression of power is given as,

P = E/t………………………… Equation 1

Where P = power, E = Energy, t = time.

Given: E = 200 J, t = 0.01 s

Substitute into equation 1

P = 200/0.01

P = 20000 W.

Hence the average power =

20000 W