While explaining Ohms law to someone I realised I did not understand why becomes
I know , using practical numbers but I do not know how to prove it
While explaining Ohms law to someone I realised I did not understand why becomes
I know , using practical numbers but I do not know how to prove it
Your "E" is usually written as "U".
You know $\displaystyle E=\frac{P}{\sqrt{\frac{P}{R}}}$? In this case, the derivation is simple and can be done like this:
$\displaystyle E=\frac{P}{\sqrt{\frac{P}{R}}} = \frac{P}{\frac{\sqrt{P}}{\sqrt{R}}} = \frac{P \sqrt{R}}{\sqrt{P}} = \frac{\sqrt{P}\sqrt{P} \sqrt{R}}{\sqrt{P}} = \sqrt{P}\sqrt{R}=\sqrt{PR}$
Edit: Too slow.
Hello, TeslaCoil!
$\displaystyle \text{Why does }\,\frac{P}{\sqrt{\frac{P}{R}}} \;=\;\sqrt{PR}\,?$
Can you handle fractional exponents?
$\displaystyle \frac{P}{\sqrt{\frac{P}{R}}} \;=\;\frac{P}{\left(\frac{P}{R}\right)^{\frac{1}{2 }}} \;=\;\frac{P}{\frac{P^{\frac{1}{2}}}{R^\frac{1}{2} }}} \;=\;P\cdot\frac{R^{\frac{1}{2}}}{P^{\frac{1}{2}}} \;=\;P^{\frac{1}{2}}\cdot R^{\frac{1}{2}} \;=\; (PR)^{\frac{1}{2}} \;=\;\sqrt{PR} $
Thanks very much and yes! I do remember doing exponents ( 1980's)
I am OK with the explanation except where the fourth expression inverts P&R - why does that work . I am OK with the fifth , sixth and seventh expressions
How does every one put mathematical symbols in here? Math pad and cut and past ?
BTW I was in Lexington MA. last October -nice area
Thank you
I was OK with the explanation until the R &P expressions were inverted - how does that work ... using practical figure I see it does but why
Sorry for using E instead of the SI unit V but the old "ohms magic circle" I was using for my friend showed E as ( energy) for volts and I did not want to confuse him at this point
The blind leading the blind comes to mind