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ELECTRICITY Section 1: Useful electrical appliances in the home, safety fuses and earthing, transferring electrical energy in the home

ALSO power and energy transfer calculations including P = IV = I2R = E/t, E = Pt = IVt and electricity cost calculations

Sub-index of notes on electricity in the home - uses and calculations

1.1 Definitions, descriptions, formulae, units in electrical science

1.2 The usefulness of electrical appliances in the home

1.3 The a.c. electricity supply to the home, wiring, insulation and plugs (more on safety in Part 1.5)

1.4 Power ratings of appliances in the home & rate of energy transfer

1.5 More on dangers of live wire, fuses & earthing appliances for safety

1.6 Power, energy transfer & electricity cost calculation questions (with worked out answers)

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