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    6.6 amps is how many watts

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    To calculate the power, we need the "Voltage" as well which is missing in the question.


    If voltage is known, you can use the following relation


    i.e. P = IV


    Where P is the power in watts


    I is the current in amperes


    & V is the potential difference in Volt.


     



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