The unit of electrical energy is
  • a)
    watt (W)
  • b)
    ampere (A)
  • c)
    joule (J)
  • d)
    ohm (?).
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

Class 10 Question

By D Verma · 4 weeks ago ·Class 10
3 Answers
Coachify answered 3 weeks ago
The unit for electrical energy is the joule. The electrical unit for power is the watt. The formula calculating electrical energy then is the following formula. Electrical energy is expressed in joules, power is expressed in watts, and time is expressed in seconds.

Such 9415 answered 3 weeks ago
,Unit of electrical energy is joule .
In fact unit of ENERGY , WORK, HEAT is also joule.

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