# Power Consumption

 Current: Resistance:

Output: `Press calculate`

Formula:`P = I2R`

## Introduction to Power Consumption Calculator

This calculator determines the power consumed in a circuit based on the current flowing through it and the resistance of the circuit. Here, P represents the power consumed (in watts), I is the current (in amperes), and R is the resistance (in ohms). This relation is a direct consequence of Ohm's law, where power is defined as the product of the square of the current and the resistance of the circuit.

## Parameter usage:

• `current`= current flowing through the circuit
• `resistance`= resistance of the circuit

## Example valid values:

• `current`= 2 A
• `resistance`= 5 Ω

## Output:

• `power`= power consumed in the circuit

## Data validation

Both current and resistance must be greater than zero, ensuring practical, positive values for calculations.

## Summary

This calculator is used for calculating the power consumption in electrical circuits, emphasizing the dependence on current and resistance. It is vital for electrical engineering and physics applications.

Tags: Physics, Electricity, Power, Circuit