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What are the units of Voltage?


The unit of voltage is Volt. It is represented by symbol V.
Voltage or Potential = Power/Current
V = W/A
Where W is Watt and A is ampere.



How many watts is 120 Volts?


V=120 Volts
Formula: P=VI
Plugging value of V in the formula we get,
Watts = 120 Volts × Amperes
If Current = 1 A, then Power in watts =120 V × 1 A
Hence, 120 Watts is 120 Volts for 1 A current.



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