P = V * ( V / R ) = V2 / R

mbrooke

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Is P = V * ( V / R ) the same as V2 / R ? Why? And if not which is correct? .....................................
 

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The only problem is that on this Forum it is not possible to render subscripts and superscripts. Hence the very ambiguous V2 to represent V squared (V * V).
Other notation conventions are V^2 and V**2 for V squared. Some places even use Vexp2.
 

mbrooke

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The only problem is that on this Forum it is not possible to render subscripts and superscripts. Hence the very ambiguous V2 to represent V squared (V * V).
Other notation conventions are V^2 and V**2 for V squared. Some places even use Vexp2.
Yes, V*V or square. I should have mentioned that, my mistake 😳
 
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