## If you were going to describe the relationship between current, voltage, and power, you could say: (1 point) Group of answer choices “If t

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If you were going to describe the relationship between current, voltage, and power, you could say: (1 point) Group of answer choices “If there is a decrease in power, there must have been an increase in either current or voltage.” “If you decrease your voltage, and all other factors remain the same, you will have an increase in power.” “In order to gain more power you would need to increase either current or voltage.” “The only way to increase your power is to change your voltage and keep your current the same.”

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7 months 2021-07-21T12:37:13+00:00 1 Answers 4 views 0

The correct option is “In order to gain more power you would need to increase either current or voltage.”

Explanation:

To answer the question, we note that;

The formula for Electrical Power are as follows,

P = I²·R, or P = I·V,

Therefore, if we increase either the current, I with the voltage, V remaining constant or we increase the Voltage, V with the current, I remaining constant or we increase both the voltage, V an the current, I the Power, P will be increased.

Therefore, the correct option is “In order to gain more power you would need to increase either current or voltage.”