# What is the difference between volts, watts, & amperes?

Harsh Patodia IIT Roorkee
7 years ago
Amp unit of current
Volts unit of voltage
Watts unit of power
All three are measuring units of different quantities.
Umakant biswal
5349 Points
7 years ago
One Volt is defined as energy consumption of one joule per electric charge of onecoulomb. 1V = 1J/C. One volt is equal to current of 1 amp times resistance of 1 ohm: 1V = 1A · 1Ω
Ampere or amp (symbol: A) is the unit of electrical current. The Ampere unit is named after Andre-Marie Ampere, from France. One Ampere is defined as the current that flows with electric charge of one Coulomb per second. 1 A = 1 C/s
WATT- The unit is
defined as 1 joule per second and can be used to express the rate of energy conversion or transfer with respect to time. It has dimensions of Mass.
all the best .
Amay chugh
29 Points
7 years ago
All three are the units used to measure different quantites Volt is used to measure voltage (potential difference)Ampere is a unit used to measure the current And Watts is used to measure the power
Ayan
111 Points
6 years ago
Ampere is used to measure = current
Volt is used to measure = voltage
Watts is used to measure = power
All the units are used to mesure different or distinct quantities
Ayan
111 Points
6 years ago

Ampere is used to measure = current
Volt is used to measure = voltage
Watts is used to measure = power
All the units are used to measure different or distinct quantities
bhatiaeashan13@gmail.com
13 Points
6 years ago
Ampere is used to measure current
Voltage used to measure voltage
Watts is used to measure power
These are 3 distinct quantities
Sayantan Garai
117 Points
5 years ago
watt = volt × ampere.
It is the relation between them.
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