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It's the Ohm's law,

R= V / I

= 15 (v) / 12 ( A)

= 1.25 Ohm

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The correct answer to this question is C, Operate with a temporary overload. They also provide high performance to protect short circuits. Motor loads and ground faults are also safeguarded with these fuses. With dual element fuses, lower-priced switches can be used.

The switches that are lower priced are often smaller, allowing the user also to save space. Dual fuses are essential because it is vital to protect overcurrents. Regardless of the age of the system, overcurrent devices need to work through short and overload currents. These fuses are essential to ensuring that they do.

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I found this question misleading in a way. A Joule is energy, and the symbol for Joule is J. Where a Watt is 1 Joule per second.

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Current is in phase with the current.

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Promise of available employment

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George Stephen invented the locomotive, Richard Invented the railroads

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The Industrial Revolution came about when machines started to replace hand made products. Businesses found they could be much more efficient using machines to do the majority of the work in production. Cities started to see factories develop and become a vital part of the economy. Workers saw their wages increase and their overall well-being improve.

The textile industry was on the forefront of the industrial revolution, with factories and mill building popping up in many American cities. The factories and mills were successful at building up the economies and as more cities saw this, more cities started to develop in the same way.

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Some of the biggest companies that dominated the industrial economy in the 1800’s include Standard Oil Company (John D. Rockefeller), Carnegie Steel (Andrew Carnegie), New York Central Railroad Company (Cornelius Vanderbilt), and the banking house of J.P. Morgan. These corporations dominated every aspect of their respective industries. Standard Oil Company has the world’s largest oil refinery during that time and they control 90% of the country’s oil refining capacity.

Carnegie Steel was the biggest steel manufacturer. New York Central Railroad Company operated the major American railroads that connected the country, and J.P. Morgan Banking House was one of the most powerful banks in the world.

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A question which uses process of elimination. It is very clear , as the factories weren't safe at all , however one could argue because of the factory act during the industrial revolution things changed. However the initial point was unsafe factories

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The correct answer should be "both of the above" for the simple reason that "charge" is, by definition, potential energy with the ability to do work.

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