Question
The power in an electric circuit varies jointly as the current and the square of the resistance. If the power is 144 watts (W)
when the current is 4 A and the resistance is 6 Q, find the power when the current is 3 A and the resistance is 10 .

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The power in an electric circuit varies jointly as the current and the square of the resistance. If the power is 144 watts (W) when the current is 4 A and the resistance is 6 Q, find the power when the current is 3 A and the resistance is 10 .

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