What is the correct formula for power?
Power = work * time
Power = force * distance
Power = work * distance
Power = work / time

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The correct formula for power is:

Power = work / time

Power = work / time

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What is the correct formula for power?
Power = force * distance
Power = work * time
Power = work / time
Power = work * distance
**Weegy:** Hi there. The formula for power in watts is: Power = work/seconds. For electronics, power is calculated as:
P = I2R, or
P= V2/R, or
P= VI , where P is power, I is current, R is resistance, and V is voltage. (More)

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